Liquid Properties is an experimental nature film, shot through a microscope at the University of Oslo’s Department of Biosciences, that takes the brackish water where the Aker River meets the Oslo Fjord as an articulation point and investigates its inhabitants, its properties, and the traces left by human intervention. A collaboration with Toril Johannessen.
Munchmuseet on the Move is an off-site curatorial project with a series of contemporary art commissions, shown in the area between the current Munch Museum at Tøyen and the new museum, currently under construction on the waterfront of Bjørvika.
70 artists and artist collectives will present works across Sydney at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Artspace, Carriageworks, Cockatoo Island, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Sydney Opera House and 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art. The 21st Bienniale of Sydney will examine the state of ‘superposition’ by examining how it might operate in the world today. We are surrounded by conflicting ideas across all levels of humanity: different cultures; readings of nature and the universe; political ideologies and systems of government; interpretations of human history, the history of art and definitions of contemporary art.
Eurasia is a landmass that embraces a space between the western end of “Europe” and the eastern end of “Asia”. Albeit simplistic, taking this definition of Eurasia promises an exploratory, open-ended journey into one of the most complex way of thinking through the region, which questions existing borders and distinctions in all dimensions such as the geographical, cultural, political, and social ones – and in turn calls for new connections and pathways across cosmic, geologic and spiritual dimensions. With: Anton Karmanov, Binna Choi, Femke Herregraven, Jeonhwan Cho, Marjolijn Dijkman, Namsu Kim, Slavs and Tatars, You Mi, Byunghan Lee, Jeongtae Eun, Jipyeong Kim.
The exhibition "The End is Where We Start From. On Tsunamis, Nuclear Explosions and other Fairy Tales" brings together works of eight international visual artists whose work navigates on the intersection of art and long-term scientific research. Artists: Marjolijn Dijkman, Brian Duggan, Vera Isler, Anne Duk Hee Jordan, Susanna Hertrich, Monika Niwelińska, David Rickard and Kirsten Stolle. Curated by Pauline Doutreluingne.
CCS Bard is an exhibition and research center dedicated to the study of art and exhibition practices. In order to make the actual production of art a more palpable part of the graduate program, the Center initiated an artist-in-residence program which allows for one or more artists to spend from a semester to a year at the CCS making new work and engaging with the program in other ways. Research residency for the development of new work.