Adventures in the Southern Hemisphere: Exhibition opening this Friday in Tasmania!

The Eyes as Big as Plates duo is excited to be reporting from Tassie! We packed suitcases full of wire, film rolls and gaiters in the beginning of February and headed to nipaluna, aka Hobart on the Southern Sea. After two weeks of intense production mode, there are now eight brand new works in the series and the preparations are well underway for the launch of the most comprehensive Eyes as Big as Plates exhibition to date! Adventures in the Southern Hemisphere: Exhibition opening this Friday in Tasmania!

Ny bok! Algoritmeanekdoter – beretninger om kjærlighet på nett

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Etter en fascinerende personlig seilas blant algoritmer og datingapper, har jeg innimellom andre prosjekter de siste årene også arbeidet med en portrettserie av nettdatere. Resultatet av dette arbeidet skal lanseres i boka Algoritmeanekdoter – beretninger om kjærlighet på nett, med slippfest torsdag 31.01 kl 18.00 på Dattera til Hagen!

Ny bok! Algoritmeanekdoter – beretninger om kjærlighet på nett

Time is a ship that never casts anchor – Exhibition opening January 10th in Bærum Kunsthall, Norway

The very first Time is a ship that never casts anchor exhibition opens in Bærum Kunsthall in Norway in just one week, and Riitta Ikonen and I are excited to share portraits, behind the scenes images, text and fragments of wearable sculptures from our adventures across the borderless Barents region. Time is a ship that never casts anchor – Exhibition opening January 10th in Bærum Kunsthall, Norway

Brand new Eyes as Big as Plates work ready for the HUNGER group exhibition, opening Dec 1st at Trøndelag Centre for Contemporary Art in Trondheim, Norway

We are excited to share the latest addition to the Eyes as Big as Plates family in the group show HUNGER, which opens at Trøndelag Centre for Contemporary Art in Trondheim this Saturday. Brand new Eyes as Big as Plates work ready for the HUNGER group exhibition, opening Dec 1st at Trøndelag Centre for Contemporary Art in Trondheim, Norway