KHiB and the artistic research project Topographies of the Obsolete invite to a seminar 29 September which explores the landscapes of the contemporary ruin and the archive. The speakers are Hildur Bjarnadóttir, Michelle Teran and Neil Brownsword from KHiB, and guest speaker author Marit Eikemo.
How important is colour for the visual perception of our urban environment and for the experience of its quality? What challenges do we face in our colour environment with new buildings, materials and façade-technologies? These questions and many more are the motivation for the exhibition"Colour in the city", open until 12 October. Mette L'orange, Professor at KHiB, is one of the exhibitors.
"The last months, weeks and days have been crazy: Now I'm overwhelmed that the exhibition has been so well received!" states Professor Dave Vikøren on the opening day of the Norwegian design exhibition 100% Norway.
"It is unique that an art and design academy gets the opportunity to produce, curate and design a national exhibition of this kind", says Rector Gerd Tinglum.
Tao G. Vrhovec Sambolec, Research Fellow at Department of Fine Art at KHiB, presents his sound intervention Heredrum 17 September at Torgallmenningen in Bergen. The sound intervention focuses its attention on the imperceptible and hidden rhythms of everyday walking by attentively observing, capturing and performing these rhythms on the spot of their occurrences.
Maria Blom is a third year bachelorstudent at Bergen Academy of Art and Design She experiments with the combination of painting, sculpture and installation.
In the solo exhibition which opened 4 September at USF Verftet Michelle Teran, Research Fellow at KHiB, presents the final artistic results of her research project "Future Guides: From Information to Home". Until 14 September she presents several artworks - Folgen, The Little Yellow House and Mortgaged Lives.
The exhibition Subjective systems, by Research Fellow Hildur Bjarnadóttir at KHiB, explores the characteristics of colours which on the one hand come from plants from Hildur's land in the south of Iceland and on the other from the industrially made colour system of acrylic paint. The exhibition opens 4 September at Kunstnerforbundet in Oslo.