In this lecture, curator, visual artist and writer Inger Wold Lund shares her experience and knowledge when it comes to writing about art. The lecture series is for everyone who seeks to immerse themselves in art and express themselves through text.
"How to write about art?" is a series of free, digital lectures in which five experienced art critics share their knowledge. Lectures are published every Tuesday at 16:00 and open to everyone.
About the speaker
Inger Wold Lund (b. 1983, Bergen) is a visual artist and writer living in Berlin. Lund is educated at the Oslo National Academy of the Arts; Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design, Stockholm; and Staatliche Hochschule für Bildende Künste, Frankfurt am Main. She is the writer of two books in her native language Norwegian published by Cappelen Damm and Flamme Forlag. A collection of her stories in English has been published by Ugly Duckling Presse. Recent exhibitions include Leviathan at Kunsthal Aarhus; The 6th Moscow International Biennale for Young Art; The 9th Norwegian Sculpture Biannual, Oslo; Wildlife Sculpture Park, Oslo and M.I/mi1glissé, Berlin.
About the lecture series
The lecture series "How to write about art?" is published every Tuesday at 4 pm as a standalone offering and in parallel with the writing course "How to write about art?".
The lectures are available on our website until 24th November.
- Tuesday, October 13: Grace Tabea Tenga
Writer, critic and danser who writes for Scenekunst, the Norwegian Shakespeare magazine, Ballade.no, Subjekt.no from a post-colonial and feminist viewpoint.
- Tuesday, October 20: Andreas Breivik
Writer and critic for Kunstkritikk.no runs the magazine We Look at Art.
- Tuesday, October 27: Johanne Nordby Wernø
Writer, critic and curator, as well as former head of UKS.
- Tuesday, November 3: Tommy Olsson
Artist, writer, curator and art critic who writes regularly for Klassekampen.
- Tuesday, November 10: Inger Wold Lund
Artist, writer and critic for, among others, Kunstkritikk.no. Her last book Erotika was published at Cappelen Damm.
Picture above: Heidi Furre / Flamme Forlag