Seasons' greetings to all our collaborating partners during the past year!
Ditte Dalsgaard Nielsen is currently a second year student in BA Fine Art at KHiB. She mainly works with drawing and collage, the potential of which she develops using a clear and systematic approach to detect new aspects of an idea and possible interactions with a three-dimensional side.
This exhibition is put on by two students from the Glasgow School of Art, both on exchange to Bergen Academy of Art and Design for one semester.
Hildur Bjarnadóttir, Research Fellow at KHiB, has transformed the lobby of Hallgrímskirkja church into a greenhouse for the duration of December and January. During the two months of the exhibition "Flora of weeds" the season will move from spring, through high summer and into early fall where weeds from the neighborhood will flourish.
Steinsland work methodically with planning and research of different topics. Personal motives has for a long time been the driving force in her productions.
Pedro Gómez-Egaña, Associate Professor in Fine Art at KHiB, has created a ceremonial performance built around the careful process of placing two magnetised pendulums in balance. The performance will be held 22 and 23 November in Abrons Art Center in New York.
The exhibition 'Mixing Business and Pleasure: Performance of an Artist' by Alan Murray, artist and Head of School of Design, Edinburgh College of Art, opens in Rom8 Wednesday 20 November at 5pm. He will be giving a lecture on 21 November at 5pm.
On 18 November two publications are launched to mark the completion of the exhibition "Topographies of the Obsolete: Vociferous Void" in the closed original factory site of Spode Works in Stoke-on-Trent.
The starting point of Ina Porselius work is an experience, a situation, or a memory from which she develops an idea. Ina works with personal portraits of her life and surrounding.
Welcome to the presentations for Professor in Fine Art with emphasis on Printmaking.
All students and staff are hereby invited to participate in the KHiB christmas card competition 2013. Deadline to submit proposals is 3 December. The winner will be honored with NOK 2000.
Øystein Larssen is a second year Bachelor of Arts KHiB and his artistic practice is mainly based on working around observations.
Hilde Hauan Johnsen, Hildur Bjarnadottir, Kiyoshi Yamamoto Farias and Margrethe Brekke from KHiB exhibit the result from the Stitch Project at the Nordic House in Reykjavik. The exhibition opens 8 November.
Richard Launder, Associate Professor of Fine Art, has organised the public seminar and the artistic research exhibition "Art in Urban Context: comes in from the cold" which take place 7 November. The seminar and the exhibition will examine and offer a taste of the "never-still-always-evolving" practice of Art in Urban Context.
The aim with Mari Kolbeinson's work is to deal with the incertainties that exist around the process of making painting. She is interested in the moment where a painting begins to take, and concludes or fails, both physically and methaphorically.
The Dirty Ear Forum aims to focus on listening as a practice, questioning in what ways it participates in social life and cultural work. On 1 November the forum invites to an open afternoon seminar at KHiB with presentations by sound artists and theorists, followed by an evening of performances at Landmark.
Bergen Academy of Art and Design are pleased to launch a new publication "Hybrids" by Eamon O'Kane, Professor of Visual Art at Department of Fine Art at Bergen Academy of Art and Design. For the occasion of launching the publication Eamon O'Kane will be in dialogue with Dr. Barbara Bader. The discussion takes place Wednesday October 30th at 4pm at Litteraturhuset Bergen.
Mari Norddahl is a second year Bachelor of Arts student at KHiB. She works with found materials in interaction with the organic and the ceramic, often with themes such as gender, body, mind, and the collective consciousness.
Professor in Timebased Media and Performance at KHiB, Frans Jacobi, will be speaking at the symposium The Counter Order of Things, organised by KUVA in connection with the Finnish Pavillion at the Biennial in Venice on 25 - 26 October.
Several designers with KHiB-background take part at the exhibition Nordic Passion in the Seoul museum of Art between 22 October and 16 February. KHiB’s main theme "Learning by doing" is a joint exhibition with the Finnish Aalto University.