Eyes as Big as Plates met Inger and Karin in a nature reserve while scouring the woods and shores of Jeløya, a small island just off the city of Moss, about an hour south of Oslo, Norway. Both of these wild and strong women collaborated with us to produce two new works that will be part of next year’s Tendenser exhibition at F15 Gallery on this same island. … Moss by Moss
In conjunction with the blooming of the famous buckwheat flower, our favourite Korean crew; The Factory Collective at Factory2 in Seoul … Exhibition opening today in Bongpyeong Art Museum, South Korea!
Hosted by An Lanntair Arts Centre and part of this year’s Luminate Festival, … Artist talk at An Lanntair in Stornoway, Outer Hebrides
Velkommen til utstillingsåpning fredag 26.04.19, kl. 18-20 og åpent atelier under Oslo Open søndag den 28.04 kl 12-18! … OSLO OPEN 2019: Sol og vår på Olaf Ryes Plass – utstillingsåpning fredag!
Eight photoshoots, countless potoroos, wavy turbos, grannies, New Zealand screw shells, banksia cones, exquisite cheese and wine, grandpas, yellow-tailed black cockatoos, forests that smell like expensive aromatherapy and the biggest exhibition of Eyes as Big as Plates in the world to date – our hot picks from the adventures in Tasmania can be enjoyed in the latest Eyes as Big as Plates post! … Devilish Tasmanian field notes!
If you happen to be in Kristiansand, Norway today, do swing by Agder Kunstsenter for the opening of the exhibition ‘Inner Outfits‘. Eyes as Big as Plates is represented by the formidable Brit, along with videos by Daham Yeo from our adventures in South Korea – we are there in spirit all the way from Tasmania! The exhibition features 14 artists from four countries, presenting local, ritual costumes from European folklore and traditions. … INNER OUTFITS – Exhibition opening today at Agder Contemporary Art Centre, Norway
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!
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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!
Eyes as Big as Plates kicks off 2019 with an exhibition at the DCDT Gallery in Detroit. We’ll also be giving a lecture this Thursday the 24th of January at the College of Architecture and Design (CoAD) at Lawrence Technological University (LTU) at at around 6pm. … Eyes as Big as Plates in Detroit!
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