Arctic Moving Image Festival

in Harstad

14-17 October 2021

 

 

I am participation in the  program

WHAT I MISS ABOUT PEOPLE AND WHAT I DON’T MISS ABOUT PEOPLE

Marte Aas, Yuko Mohri, Birgitte Sigmundstad and myself show film.

Saturday, October 16, 2021

14:00  15:30

 

Curated by Ida Lykken Ghosh / Atelier Nord

 

Artists in conversation with curator after screening: Birgitte Sigmundstad and Maren Dagny Juell

 

 

LICK PICK KICK

 

Welcome to my solo show  LICK, PICK, KICK

Opening exhibition: October 14th from 18.00 to 21.00.

On view until October 31st.

 

Opening hours: Friday to Sunday from 13.00 to 17.00.

Weekdays Wednesday to Thursday from16.00 to 20.00

Maridalsveien 3, 0178 Oslo, Norway

 

Read more here.

 

 

 

ÅS KUNSTFORENING  25./09- 03/10 2021

 

Ås kunstforening celebrates 50 years and have invited artist to exhibit in the town hall. I will be showing

Tutorial#13 JOY  as an installation.

 

At Ås Kulturhus.

 

Other artist are:

 

Anders Smebye, Berit Johannessen Fidje , David Stenmarck, Ellen Eikenes, Gardar Eide Einarsson, Geza Janos Toth  ,Helge Røed,  Ingjerd Aarseth, Jan Baker,  Karen Holtsmark, Karin Sundbye, Karl Otto Østenstad, Katrine Kalleklev , Lars Hopland,

Maren Dagny Juell, Mona Grønstad, Morten Vidar Gran, Odd Tandberg , Ulla Falch Ystehede, Åse-Marit Thorbjørnsrud .

THE PARTY at NMBU, ÅS 31/08 2021

 

My public art sculpture 'The Party' and its video are now officially opened at Campus Ås, NMBU Norway.

You can read about the whole project here (Norwegian).

 

A viewing of the whole film here.

 

There are digital walks, and physical maps on Campus for those who want to do a walk  amongst the art and gardens.

 

 

 

“Out of office”

She Will  studios, 14. Juni – 14. juli 2021

 

A studio exhibition with Liv Tandrevold Eriksen and Tone Berg Størseth.

A fun little project we did in a vacated offices space next to our new studio. Installed before new residents move in.

 

Documentation here.

 

 

 

 

Image: detail of 'Wish you Were Here' silicon  on plexi, 2021

 

Photo credits: Lundahl & Seitl and ScanLAB Projects, Eternal Return The Memor, 2019, photo by Soma Sato

 I am participating in Immersive Days #1 at IAC Malmõ

 

Exploring and playtesting XR and immersive sound projects

8 June 2021 - 13 June 2021

 

A hybrid gathering with both real meetings, installations and digital events!

 

Immersive Days is both a network and a new annual gathering of professional artists, curators, researchers, technicians, teachers and students within a broad field of immersive technologies and (artistic) practices. The initiative functions as a continuation of several symposiums, workshops and research into immersive technologies in art.

 

To partake in my presentation please sign up and read about it here: https://www.iac.lu.se/events/instructions-and-magic-in-institutional-spaces-with-vr/

 

DeLux

 

She Will Artspace 06.03 - 21.03.21

 

Opening hours:

Saturday 6th. March: 1 – 6PM

Tues-Fri: 11 – 3 PM

Sat-Sun: 12 – 4 PM

 

Kenneth Alme, Bente Bøyesen, Liv Tandrevold Eriksen, Ane Graff, Anders Holen, Maren Dagny Juell, Matias Kiil, Nasim Mashak, Michael Rasmussen, Tone Berg Størseth, Jon Benjamin Tallerås, Apichaya Wanthiang, Erlend Grytbakk Wold. Text by Heidi Furre.

More info: wwwshewill.no

 

27/11-08/12 2020

I have two prints for sale in this exhibition!

 

More info at Tenthaus

 

To mark the end of 2020, Tenthaus invites artists collaborating with us in 2020 and 2021 to take part in a sales exhibition. We take this as an opportunity to reflect on current governing politics, the times we are living in and the future. Tenthaus for Sale invites you for a conversation about the economy of individual artists and socially engaged art practices. ‘What about the fact that we are broke?’ was uttered by an artist in Tenthaus after months marked by uncertainty, vulnerability and doubt.

I will participate in a conversation with Thure Erik Lund moderated by

Magnhild Øen Nordal in

 

Latent City – Invisible Fields #1, a programme that brings issues raised in the exhibition Latent City into dialogue through performances, talks, presentations and more.

 

On Saturday 21/11 from 2p, till 3pm cet (in Norgweigan).

 

For rest of the program, updated streaming links and

information please look at

Bergen Centre for Electronic arts website

I am presenting a new commissioned video installation called "It fits beautifully in the palm of your hand" opening at Bergen Kjøtt on the 12th of November.

More information here

 

The title Latent City is inspired by the term “latent space” from machine learning and artificial intelligence. Latent space refers to the pool of compressed data that the machine analyzes in order to extract knowledge from, and where algorithmic computations often are so complex that they become opaque and gain a life of their own. Latent City thus approaches the city structures that are obscured from our view: infrastructures such as wi-fi and surveillance technology, more-than-human perspectives from animals and nature, and political factors that involve power relations and social exclusion. Sci-fi visions of the city and contemplations on city planning point to new possibilities as well as pitfalls.

 

Contributions by: Aleksander Johan Andreassen, Aske Thiberg, GaraGara Artist Initiative, Gitte Sætre & Frans Jacobi, Hanan Benammar, Hannevold/Prati/Qin/Shomali, Jan Mocek, Jonas Ersland, Kaeto Sweeney, Maren Dagny Juell, Marit Eikemo, Nayara Leite, Pia Rönicke, Stelios Manousakis, Stephen Connolly, Thure Erik Lund, Tivon Rice, Trond Lossius, VUMA Projects, Søssa Jørgensen & Yngvild Færøy. The programme is developed by BEK.

 

"Screen age II: Landscape"  One of the main exhibitions of the Riga Photography Biennial  open to public from the 12th of September to 18th of October 2020 at

Rīgas mākslas telpa.

I participate with large VR installation Flexible Schedule.

 

Artists: Richard Alexandersson (SE), Maren Dagny Juell (NO),

Santa France (LV), Sveinn Fannar Jóhannsson (NO), Kristina Ollek (EE) & Kert Viiart (EE), Tuomo Rainio (FI), Mārtiņš Ratniks (LV), Eva Stenram (SE), Emilija Škarnulytė (LT).

 

Also another great exhibition will open at Rīgas mākslas telpa  at the same time – "36x6/36", currated by Jean-Luc Soret (Collectif NUNC) (FR).

Artists: oan Fontcuberta (ES), Jodi (Joan Heemskerk (NL) & Dirk Paesmans (BE)), Catherine Rannou (FR), Jodi Rose (AU), Semiconductor (Ruth Jarman (UK) un Joe Gerhardt (UK)), Jeremy Wood (UK)

 

21/12 2019

Winter Solstice 2019 We Dance Alone.

I am exhibiting a video at this annual event.

21/12 2019 at Kroloftet, Oslo

 

8th EDITION OF THE WINTER SOLSTICE NIGHT EXHIBITION,

a non-curated happening organised by Vandaler forening in collaboration with Kroloftet.

 

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS:

 

Jannik Abel, Elin Austbø Sverre Aurstad, Rosa Molina & Mona Bentzen, Patricia Risopatron Berg, Finn Brodal, Sofie Brønner, Magnus Bugge, Stan D'Haene, Hasan Daraghmeh, dragongirl, Esra Duzen, Kollege Dynamics, Ingrid Kristensen Bjørnaali & Mor Efrony, Christian Grindvold, Beatrice Guttormsen, Bjørnar Habbestad, Christian Hennie, Gro Hernes, Risto Holopainen, Honorkesteret, Espen Iden, Azul Filho de Luiz & Luanda Carneiro Jacoel, Kjersti Lande, Teater Leikhus, MONOMORT, Liva Mork, Night Visions, Deise Nunes, Object-NoNameCreature, Gunnar Steinarsson, Ivan Oliversen, Andreas Hald Oxenvad, pH, Fågelfors Trio (Carl Svensson, Torbjørn Davidsen & Jon Platou), Julie Lillelien Porter, Christopher Power, Marius Presterud, Espen Sommer Eide & Alexander Rishaug, Andreas Røysum, Mekdes W. Shebeta, Birgitte Sigmundstad, Marit Silsand, Katarina Skjønsberg, Lydia Brunch (Dåra Dork and Karina Sletten), Johan Söderström, Wiese/Thelle, Samvær Under Tilsün, sihtx (Signe Tolbøll), Alexandra Vasic, Elin Már Øyen Vister, Hamid Waheed & Kim Uglum Reenskaug, Greg Malcolm & Jennifer Ward, Rudy Wolff, Ragnar Heyerdahl & Johanna Zwaig m. flere.

 

 

15/11 2019                                           Exhibition Opening

The Construction of a New Body

I am taking part in the exhibition at Kurant.

 

Maija Liisa Björklund, Johanne Bøckmann, Line Solberg Dolmen, Linn Horntvedt, Nicolas William Hughes, Soko Hwang, Emelie Karin Ieremia, Maren Dagny Juell, Aaron McCarthy, Agnieszka Mastalerz, Tromsø Folkekjøkken, Tanya Varbanova and works from the Arsenal (De), Lightcone (Fr) and Filmform (Se) archives.

 

 

From the Swedish Folk Home to the New-town, Corbusier to the Metabolism movement to Celebration Village; from Radio Calisthenics to the Greek gymnasium to the Nazi’s ideal man - the body and the home have historically been used as sites for the manifestation of political ideology, the collective and social change. How are our bodies collective sites of contest and creation to propagandise or empower the political systems we are within? Who designs the buildings we inhabit or the political paths we move along? Is the body directed by the houses and the system it works within or does it mold, shape, strengthen or destroy? ‘Construction of a New Body’ seeks to explore contemporary modes of living, our collective movement and the question of who builds utopia and how do we live there when it is done?

 

More info on their website

 

 

 

CHANNELS, THE AUSTRALIAN VIDEO BIENNIAL

 

My work Tutorial#13 JOY is part of Channels, The Australian Video Biennial. It is selected in the Video Visions program and will also be exhibited on public screens in Melbourne and Sydney.  It will then travel on to Brisbane.

 

Video Visions celebrates video works that are experimental, risky, critically-engaged and relevant to our time. It is Channels Festival's flagship open-call program, running since the inaugural festival in 2013.

 

Presented as a feature-length cinema screening, the 2019 Video Visions program includes a curated selection of recently created, single-channel works that showcases the current energy and direction of video art.

 

The 2019 screening will feature video works by Gianluca Abbate (Italy), Pablo-Martín Córdoba (Argentina/ France), CROSSLUCID (Poland/Hungary/Germany), Di Hu (China/Ireland), Maren Dagny Juell (Norway), Deborah Kelly and collaborators (Australia/Japan), Sonia Leber and David Chesworth (UK/Australia), Juyi Mao (China/USA), Alison Nguyen (USA), Ella Parkes-Talbot (Australia), Sophie Penkethman-Young (Australia), Caroline Rumley (USA), Devis Venturelli (Italy).

 

For more information, see their  website

 

07/09 2019                                           Exhibition Opening

NATIONAL  AUTUMN EXHIBITION

 

I am participation in this year National Autumn Exhibition (Høstutstillingen) at Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo.

 

I am showing a new video work. Tutorial#13 JOY as a video installation.

The work is also selected to be screened in two satellite programs around Norway.

 

For more information see their website

 

 

01/09 2019                                           Artist Talk

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULE

 

Location: Atelier Nord’s office on the third floor of Olaf Ryes plass 2 (entrance Sofienberggata).

 

Join us for a conversation and finissage for Maren Dagny Juell’s VR-installation Flexible Schedule. Juell will be in conversation with curator for photography and new media at Henie Onstad Kunstsenter Susanne Østby Sæther. The conversation will be in Norwegian.

 

After the talk Flexible Schedule will be open until 6 PM without a reservation. Please note that there may be a queue as the installation can only be experienced by one person at a time.

 

Susanne Østby Sæther is curator of new media and photography at Henie Onstad Kunstsenter. Sæther holds a doctorate in media studies from the University of Oslo, where she previously worked as a researcher. Her latest publication is the anthology Screen Space Reconfigured (ed., soon to be published on Amsterdam University Press).

 

15/08 2019                                           Exhibition opening

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULE

Dates: 16.08. – 01.09.19.

Location: Atelier Nord’s office on the third floor of Olaf Ryes plass 2 (entrance Sofienberggata).

Opening hours: Friday 16-17, Saturday and Sunday 13-18.

 

Reservations are necessary as the installation can only be experienced by one person at a time. Book a slot (for free!) via via eventbrite!

 

Please join us for the exhibition opening on Thursday 15.08 19–21.

 

«Space has the power to transform business—unlocking the potential of people and organizations. Intentional design, warm hospitality, and flexible solutions enable your team to do its best work.» – WeWork, a coworking company with 341 locations worldwide.

 

 

Flexible Schedule is a coworking inspired VR-installation by Maren Dagny Juell that can be visited by appointment in Atelier Nord’s spacious and bright office, located centrally at Grünerløkka in Oslo. Dagny Juell has built a virtual copy of the space, in line with the creative entrepreneur’s need for a well-designed, flexible workplace in an open-plan layout. Experience the zen-like workflow that stems from a new desk every day and free use of the shared espresso machine. Live the life of a freelancer and unleash your creativity without stressing over negligible pension rights, the lack of sick pay, unemployment in cases of personal crisis, or difficulties with being approved for a mortgage – remember, you’re here to be flexible. Besides, we have some really nice green plants.

 

A series of goopy, tactile sculptures are mirrored as furnishings in the virtual version of the office and visitors are encouraged to touch. With Flexible Schecdule Dagny Juell explores how the sensory apparatus can receive input from a virtual and a physical space simultaneously. She is also interested in how the body is subjugated by economic power structures through the use of language that praises flexibility.

 

 

Supported by Arts Council Norway and The Audio and Visual Fund.

06/09 2018                                              Exhibition Opening

Participating in a group show at DIENSTGEBÄUDE Art Space in Zurich 7/09-6/10

 

at PS 1

Sobranie Cocktail

Benedikte Bjerre (DK), Delphine Chapuis Schmitz CH), Maren Dagny Juell Kristensen (NO), Julien Previeux (FR), Morgane Tschiember (FR), Sergio Verastegui (PE/FR)

 

curated by Julia Cistiakova and Ekaterina Shcherbakova

 

The exhibition Sobranie Cocktail comes from a discussion between the participants on better work issuing from the given conditions. The exhibition on how to make a better exhibition passes through an attitude of non-productivity and results in the assembly of individual responses.

 

The definition of better work results and processes is specified by various technological and social realms. Confronting the technological and manual DIY consciousnesses, fading borderline between work and leisure, manifesting the disappearance of the author, the exhibition sets up an issue of better working conditions in art within the broader social context. A series of non-works fosters the productivity and usability of free time, seeks the limits of procrastination, and questions the utility of deconstruction. Exposing the pre-production elements, honouring side-effects and leftovers, scrutinising the materiality of time, are all the processes that form the spatial discourse of the exhibition.

 

Benedikte Bjerre glances back to the early era of productivity movement, notably related to the expansion of the female labour force as well as the extraction of potential free time due to technological facilitators of domestic work. Morgane Tschiember exposes the interior of workshops that she frequented to produce her sculptures: erotic posters objectifying women’s bodies are juxtaposed to the atmosphere they are presented in, being a relief and at the same time, an antagonist of men’s hard work. Maren Dagny Juell ironically explores a pedagogy of online tutorials, implementing a gap of despair that appears while one is supposed to learn how to optimise their mental and physical. Sergio Verastegui designs a protocol for realising a dysfunctional painting, manifesting the idea of almost non-working, as well as addresses a series of postcards from his vacation during the exhibition period. Delphine Chapius Schmitz reveals the notes she is taking regularly that form her universe of realised and unrealised works, preparations for teaching, daily observations, and reflections.

 

Sobranie Cocktail offers to visit the reunion once it came to its end, and have a look at the set of the individual responses aiming to improve the discourse, the display, and simply to make it better according to one’s knowledge and interpretation.

 

September 7 - October 6, 2018

Opening Thursday September 6, 6 - 10 pm with Bar and Crêpes

 

Kindly supported by Georg und Josi Guggenheim Stiftung and Danish Arts Foundation

More information on their website: http://www.dienstgebaeude.ch/

 

15/02 2018            SQUAT/SPECIAL FEATURES EXHIBITION

21/04 2018                                              Exhibition Opening

SQUAT/ LIVE URGENTLY 21/04-03/06 2018

 

Welcome  to the opening of my Solo show at TRAFO KUNSTHALL.

Opening from 13: 00-15:00 on Saturday 21th of April.

 

I will exhibit a new video piece: Let's make it super Premium and several other works.

 

More information and opening hours on gallery website.

 

Still from Let's make it super Premium

07/03 2018                                 Interview in KUNZT

KUNZT visited me in my exhibition at Trøndelag Senter for Samtidskunst,

Trondheim.

 

Kunzt is a vlogg that covers the Norwegian  Art Scene and was interested in talking to me about the use of VR in contemporary Art.

Unfortunately the interview is a bit shorter than planned as the sound messed up, but you will get a taster from  the exhibition here!

 

You can read more about KUNZT here.

27/02 2018                                              ARTIST TALK

ARTIST TALK with SHAMA KHANNA

 

Welcome to a talk between Shama Khanna and myself at Trøndelag Senter for Samtidskunst

 18-19  on 27/02 2018.

Shama Khanna is a curator and author based in London. Khanna has curated more than 50 artist projects both freelance and as part of collaboration with The Showroom, the BFI London Film Festival and the LUX / ICA Biennial of Moving Images in London, Documenta14 in Athens. She has founded the journal Aorist, a journal of experimental writing about contemporary art culture. Khanna also teaches at Kingston University.

15/02 2018            SQUAT/SPECIAL FEATURES EXHIBITION

SOLO SHOW at TRØNDELAG SENTER FOR SAMTIDSKUNST

 

Welcome to the opening Thursday February 15 at 19:00

Details at gallery website

 

The exhibition SQUAT/special features resembles a gym. Here, the audience can book time with a personal trainer. Through close follow-up and the use of VR-technology, the audience will experience a virtual world that questions the autonomy of the individual and the limits of subjectivity.

 

In SQUAT the fitness apparatus is utilized to display its inherent structuring of the lived socio-political experience. Maren Dagny Juell relates the flexibility searched for in the gym to the subject caught in an economic world — where ageing, decay and rigidity becomes the navigation line between ultimate defeat and possible protest.

 

05/12  2017                                       THE COMMON- EXHIBITION

Im praticipating in this show in Stockholm

Det Allmänna / The Common

An office show with Nisrine Boukhari, Alvaro Campo, Maren Dagny Juell, Medium, and Lars Tunbjörk put together by Jonatan Habib Engqvist.

 

Welcome to an office show at Equator Stockholm, Kungsgatan 18 next Tuesday, December 5, 5 – 7 pm.

 

There might be cake and a commissioned text by Lars Raattamaa.

 

For more info see Facebook event.

 

15/09 2017                                                         OSLO KULTURNATT

PRAKSIS OSLO

I am showing a few pieces during Oslo Kulturnatt at Praksis Oslo.

From 18-22 on friday.

 

PRAKSIS and BOA are please to join together in opening up one of Oslo's oldest buildings, Rådhusgata 19 Antanomigården for Kulturnatt 2017. Join us to get a glimpse of what we do, with an exhibition of work by former residents and a large scale installation created using images from 40 previous residents and documentation of PRAKSIS activity since March 2016.

07/09 - 12/09 2017                          OSLO ART WEEKEND

NAKED CALL OPTION

I am participating in a group show at Podium Oslo.

For the occasion of Oslo Art Weekend, Podium is proud to present Naked Call Option, a compilation of video works by 31 artists. The featured artists have previously presented their works in the premises of Podium within different circumstances and/or have contributed to our activities by other means, thus altogether forming a vivid community around the space.

 

Maren Dagny Juell

Kosugi Daisuke

Endre Tveitan

Andreas Hald Oxenvad

Synnøve SG Wetten

Hannah Mjølsnes

Ellen Henriette Suhrke

Victoria Durnak

Silje Linge

Bjørn Erik Haugen

&ae

Valentinas Klimašauskas

(in collaboration with: Dorota Gaweda & Eglė Kulbokaitė, Pakui Hardware, Jaakko Pallasvuo, Gailė Pranckūnaitė, Yorgia Karidi, Nick Bastis, Kaspars Groshevs, Georges Jacotey, Mikko Kuorinki, Karl Larsson, Fritz Laszlo Weber, Nicholas Matranga, Michael Portnoy, Iza Tarasewicz and Saemundur Thor Helgason)

Johanna Rikhardsdottir

Jason Havneraas

Richard Alexandersson

Miriam Hansen

01/09 - 10/09 2017                          VIDEO FESTIVAL

CHANNELS THE AUSTRALIAN VIDEO ART FESTIVAL

Very happy to be included in Channels, The Australian Video Art Festival with the work Tutorial#10: Every Team Member.

 

The video ins being exhibited on FED TV a large screen outdoor on the public space Federation Square.

 

More info.

10/08 -10/09 2017                                           NEW VIDEO WORK

Endliches und Ewiges Sein

A new collaborative work between Petrine Vinje and Maren Dagny Juell. Based on the writings of Edith Stein in her book Finite and Eternal Being: An Attempt at an Ascent to the Meaning of Being.

 

First exhibited in Petrine Vinjes exhibition SCIVIAS at

Tegneforbudent, Oslo.

 

Welcome to the opening 10th of August 2017.

30/06-02/07 2017 SQUAT---UAT EXHIBITION

SQUAT---UAT

Very exited to invite to my Solo Show SQUAT---UAT at Podium Oslo.

 

!!EXCLUSIVE. For three days only you will have the opportunity to participate in User Acceptance Testing (UAT) of the SQUAT experience by Maren Dagny Juell, at PODIUM Oslo, for free! This is where sweat is produced and excuses come to die.

 

Opening June 30th, 19:00

Exhibition is open July 1—2, from 13:00—17:00, a three day only! Please go to http://squat.marenjk.net/ to book a 15 minute-session with a personal trainer (PT).

 

Please note the exhibition is also accessible without an appointment with PT.

 

 

 

PODIUM OSLO

Hausmannsgate 34

0182 Oslo

Norway

info@podium.enterprises

www.podium.enterprises

 

02/05 2017                                            ONLINE EXHIBITION

For the first time showing my new video Tutorial#10 Every Team member in

 

PRAKSIS OSLO online gallery.

 

INTERNET PROJECTS SHOWCASES ONLINE BASED ARTWORKS BY FORMER PRAKSIS RESIDENTS.

 

 

I’m participating with Galleri Ram at SUPERMARKET Art fair in Stockholm

23-26 of March 2017

 

More info at their website

 

23/03 -26/03 2017                          ART FAIR

13/03 -10/04 2017                          Exhibition on public screens

I am proud to be selected as artist of the month on Public Art Screens.

 

My work Failing to levitate in the field is being shown on screens in public spaces in Stavanger from mid march to mid April.

 

http://iolab.no/nb/node/468

24/01 2017                          CRITICISM: KUNSTKRTIKK

Very happy to receive a good review in the established online Art Criticism Magazine Kunstkritikk.

 

"Ornamentering som overlevelsesstrategi"

 

by Nora Joung

 

(Norwegian only)

 

19/01 2017                            EXHIBITION: SOFT STRATEGY, HARD REALITY

Welcome to the opening of a new exhibition that also is the first exhibition in RAM galleris new space, after the gallerys relocation to Thorvald Meyersgate 51 at Grünerløkka.

(Nearest tramstop is Olaf Ryes Plass.)

 

The exhibition “Soft strategy, hard reality” has a focus on textile art, as 2017 marks the 40 year anniversary of Norwegian Textile Artists . Congratulations!

The artists in this exhibition all have in common that in their artistic praxis, they question and comment on contemporary issues and phenomena, with artworks that in various ways refer to traditions, identity and cultural heritage and how these topics are expressed in arts & crafts, how they serve as "soft" strategies for dealing with a harsh reality.

 

I am showing two pieces in the show.

 

More information at the gallery website.

 

21/10 2016                          SCREENING: MOUNT FLORIDA SCREENING

My work  "Tutorial#6" is being screened as a part of Mount Florida Screenings in Glasgow.

Mount Florida Screenings is a bi-monthly artists moving image event at Mount Florida Studios, led by artists Morwenna Kearsley and Myles Painter.

 

We are delighted to invite you to our fifth event on Friday 21st October, 6pm-8pm, where we will be screening works by:

 

Maren Dagny Juell

 

Mikhail Karikis

 

Matthew Killip

 

Kit Mead

 

Daniela Zahlner

 

Jade Montserrat (with filmmakers Webb-Ellis)

 

Emily Richardson

 

Luiz Roque

 

 

We look forward to seeing you!

 

Mount Florida Studios

37 Clincart Road

Mount Florida

G42 9DZ

(The nearest train station is Mount Florida. We are just round the corner!)

 

 

 

24/09/2016                   ROSA MAKRELLSKYER HELT ØVERST

I am doing a public Art project at Magasinleiren in Ski, Norway as a part of Sted Søker Kunst Art festival.

 

TERJE EVENSEN, elektronikk, musikk og lys.

ELI EINES/ANNE KRISTIANSEN, relasjonell kunst installasjon.

MAREN DAGNY JUELL, relasjonell kunst, installasjon og video.

LARS ANDREAS T KRISTIANSEN, installasjon.

 

More about the fetsival here: http://www.stedsokerkunst.no/

 

My work is an an interactive project with a green screen and generated landscapes.

 

Everyone is welcome to take part!

 

Some of the results will be posted here: rosa sky