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This summer at Kunstnernes Hus ☀️
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Othership

By bachelor students from the Academy of Fine Arts
19.04.22 – 01.05.22
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In the lower exhibition hall at Kunstnernes Hus, students from the BA-program at the Academy of Fine Arts (Oslo National Academy of the Arts) invite you to their exhibition. The exhibition takes an immaterial approach and functions as a preamble in advance of their upcoming degree show at the Academy later this spring.

Simultaneously to the exhibition, the master's students from the Academy of Fine Arts will present their graduation exhibition in the skylight halls.

About the exhibition

Othership & Anothership is a two-part exhibition project by the Bachelor graduating class of the Oslo Academy of Fine Art. The space outlined in this exhibition is a 1:1 reproduction of “Skylight”, one of the Art Academy’s project spaces located at the very top of a building that used to be a textile factory in Oslo’s Grünerløkka neighbourhood during the 19th and 20th century.

With this collaborative exercise, the graduating Bachelor students at the Oslo National Academy of the Arts seek to symbolically overlap the sense of experimentation and exchange commonly associated with the art academy, and the practice of editing and presentation that public exhibition spaces such as Kunstnernes Hus commonly represent for them.

Visitors are invited to choose a title from the catalogue of options mounted on the wall and indicate it to a performer on site, who will then stage the given piece for them. All titles have different durations and materialities.

Anothership will be presented at the Art Academy between May 6-15.

Artists

Joel Billekvist, Iben Erik Bødtker-Næss, Truman Chance, Aksel-Dev Dhunsi, Vidar Ericsson, Anne-Marte Før, Morwenna Amy Haugen, Bendik Syversætre Johannessen, Kristoffer Cezinando Karlsen, Emil Kjærnli, Ana de Sousa Marques Engh, Adin Music, Berit Louise Sara-Grønn, Jasper Siverts, Paulina Stroynowska, Emilia Sølvsten, Andreas Wittwer

Curator: Pedro Gómez-Egaña

See also