Nina Malterud to exhibit new work in Rom8
The exhibition will feature a series of ceramic dishes based on the dish as an open form, related to function and action, but also as an image. Exhibition period: 17-28 april 2013. Exhibition opening 17 April 6-8pm.
Nina Malterud's artistic reserach has focused on the
possibilities offered by glazes in relation to the form, and on the
surprising results repeated glazing and firing can lead to,
creating an expression with a physical presence but no narrative -
white, grey, fog, steam, air and water - within the bounds of a
square, circle, rectangle and oval.
The pieces were made during the period 2011 to 2013, and a selection of them were exhibited at Kunstnerforbundet in Oslo in autumn 2012. The museums of decorative arts and design in Oslo, Bergen and Trondheim all purchased works from that exhibition.
Work by Nina Malterud will also be on show in Format in Bergen
from 19 April to 9 June in parallel with the exhibition in
Nina Malterud is Professor. She now works as an artist in Bergen, and as adviser to Bergen Academy of Art and Design.
Discussion about the work
Professor Gerd Tinglum, KHiB, and professor Nina Malterud will discuss the work in Rom8 at 6pm, Wednesday 24 April. NB The discussion will be held in Norwegian.
Nina Malterud was professor in ceramics 1994-2002, vice rector 1999-2002 and rector 2002-2010. She contributed in establishing The National Programme for Artistic Research (www.artistic-research.no) in 2003 and is a member of the steering committee for this until 2014.Exhibition period: 17-28 april 2013.
Exhibition opening: 17 April 6-8pm.
Opening hours: Tuesday-Friday 1-5pm, Saturday-Sunday 12-4pm. Mondays closed.
Rom8 is a conduit for development, discussion and presentation of artistic research at Bergen Academy of Art and Design. Rom8 is a 100 m2 space located at street level in the city centre. The space is used to develop and communicate processes and experiments with a particular focus on dialogue and critical reflection. The intention of Rom8 is to actively lift out processes of artistic research and allow sharing of knowledge both internally and externally.