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Hendelser fra Bergen /events in Bergen

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Roger Gjerstad på Visningsrommet USF, Victor Lind på Hordaland kunstsenter. Juni 2015. De to utstillingene viser på hver sin måte menneskers lidelse som individ og gruppe, og setter spørsmålstegn ved dets størrelse og verdi historisk og i vår samtid.

Roger Gjerstad juni 2015

I utstillingen ‘U-864′  er Gjerstad opptatt av allianser, humanisme og hvordan en befolkning kan forledes til lydig arbeid for ødeleggelse – alt vevet sammen i et tidsspenn fra de alliertes senking av ubåten U-864 i 1945 via drapet på sosialdemokraten Olof Palme og våre dagers forurensede klode. Utstillingen består av en stor installasjon og tresnitt-plater. Siste utstillingsdag var 21.06.15. 

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Roger Gjerstad 2015

Roger Gjerstad formidler

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På Hordaland kunstsenter kan du se Victor Lind sin utstilling ‘Die Niemandsrose / Ingenmannsrosen’ frem til 9.august.

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26.november 1942, i rødt, hvitt og blått (2004)

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Monument- Gjerninngsmannen (2005)

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“I’ll bring you home – Contemporary memory,  (1998) foto av performance med 100 taxier.

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Røds brev om Marta Leimann (1997)

Mer om Roger Gjerstad og Radøy Kunstsenter 

Om utstillingen til Victor Lind på Hordaland kunstsenter

Foto: Anne Marthe Dyvi

 

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ytter recommend ‘What Forces Us to Go into Abstraction’

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freethought invites…. Jan Verwoert  What Forces Us to Go into Abstraction

A Bergen Assembly event from freethought hosted at Hordaland Kunstsenter

Thursday 11 June 2015

19:00 Dinner served and drinks available from the HKS bar

20:00 Lecture by Jan Verwoert

Why do things work the way they do? Is it because people shape places? So there wouldn’t be a single city, institution or social structure on the planet which wasn’t a product of how people perform whatever they think is the right thing to do and life in the polis would be defined by forces that are infinitely specific. Or is it never about people but first and foremost about (super- and infra-) structures? How else could you explain that a sheer accumulation of power and money can create realities which have nothing to do with people, which are abstract beyond belief because they are manifestations of structural plotting alone, but which shape life in the city with the physical force of a slap in the face? Do we want to look closely at how people perform politics, in the flesh? Or do the structural realities created by superpower and superriches force us to go into abstraction?

Please join us for the third in freethought’s series of public lectures for the Bergen Assembly. A simple dinner will be provided and drinks will be available to buy from the HKS bar.

All welcome!

Jan Verwoert is a critic and writer on contemporary art and cultural theory, based in Berlin. He is a contributing editor of Frieze magazine, his writing has appeared in different journals, anthologies and monographs. He teaches at the Piet Zwart Institute Rotterdam, the de Appel curatorial programme and the Oslo National Academy of the Arts. He is the author of Bas Jan Ader: In Search of the Miraculous, MIT Press/Afterall Books 2006, the essay collection Tell Me What You Want What You Really Really Want, Sternberg Press/Piet Zwart Institute 2010, together with Michael Stevenson, Animal Spirits —Fables in the Parlance of Our Time, Christoph Keller Editions, JRP, Zurich 2013 and a second collection of his essays Cookie! published by Sternberg Press/Piet Zwart Institute 2014.

freethought invites….is a series of public events organised by freethought in the lead up to the 2016 Bergen Assembly to pursue their research into ‘Infrastructure’. These events are open to all, and include dinner, drinks and a guest lecture. Alongside this public programme, members of freethought will lead a focused seminar programme around key themes and terms relating to infrastructure with the intention of developing a collective body of research and insights. These seminars are available to anyone who can commit to following the programme in its entirety up until September 2016. If you would like to join the seminar programme, please email freethought@bergenassembly.no

You can follow the freethought Infrastructure investigation here: http://freethought-infrastructure.org

Follow at @ft-collective and facebook.com/freethought-collective

Bergen Assembly: http://www.bergenassembly.no/ and facebook.com/Bergenassembly/

 

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End and Entrance

 

Last show at Entrée as we know it, Lewis & Taggart, Black Holes and other painted objects. April 24th- May 24th, 2015.

IMG_4783The last map of the gallery with this shape. Entrée is on the move.
IMG_4784 Volume Piece (2015) and Two Black Holes in Hóra Sfakion, Greece, 2014; Two Black Holes in Hordaland, Norway, 2009 (2015)

IMG_4786Transformation / Gentrification

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IMG_4823IMG_4802 Second Sight (Illuminated) 2011/2015IMG_4808 String Piece (2015)IMG_4814 Detail of Two Black Holes in Reykholt, 2011, Iceland; Two Black Holes in Copenhagen, Denmark, 2011 (2015)
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Randi Grov Berger at work, last days of Entrée being in Nøstegaten 42.IMG_4842IMG_4859IMG_4845

More about the exhibition here.

More about the artists here: lewisandtaggart.com

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OLO AO OooO

Johanne Hestvold sin utstilling, OLO AO OooO,  på Tag Team. Bilder fra åpningen 13.mars. Foto av Arne Bakke og Anne Marthe Dyvi. Mer om utstillingen : http://tag-team.no

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OooO (detalj)

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OooO og UV UV

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OooO og UV UV

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Takk for i går!

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+ alle dere andre som kom!

Foto: Anngjerd Rustand

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