Eyes as Big as Plates has just won the ‘Best Norwegian Crowdfunding Campaign’- Award in the Culture and Arts category for 2016! … Award for the Best Norwegian Crowdfunding Campaign 2016
Eyes as Big as Plates is taking part in the group show Die Sweite Haut, opening today at Museum Sinclair-Haus, Altana Kulturstiftung in Bad Homburg, Germany. … Exhibition opening today at Museum Sinclair-Haus, Altana Kulturstiftung, Germany
Brand new Eyes as Big as Plates works, including behind the scenes material and Daham Yeo’s film documenting last month’s production in Korea will be exhibited at the Potato Blossom Studio in Pyeongchang over the next five weeks. … Eyes as Big as Plates exhibition opening in Pyeongchang, Korea
Over the next month I will be taking part in a residency titled IN TIME WE TOO WILL BECOME ANCESTORS… run by PRAKSIS in Oslo. … PRAKSIS Residency no. 3 // IN TIME WE TOO WILL BECOME ANCESTORS…
Check out our third and last installment of the project Time is a ship that never casts anchor, featuring New Kirkenes Hospital’s electrical underbelly, hardhats, red alerts, skylarking waiting room chairs and the Kirkenes mayor clad in autumn colours – it’s all here. … Time is a ship that never casts anchor – round three!
In the last week of August Eyes as Big as Plates was in Prague for the TRSY Land Art Festival. We kicked off the week with an interview visit to the Wave Radio with our festival host Tomas Roček, followed by an artist talk at the Skautsky Institute, photoshoots with the supernovas of Malešice senior home and an academic sculptor in Měchenice. … Eyes as Big as Plates at the TRSY Festival, Prague