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Norwegian Crafts: On Making, Matriarchs and Mapping

28. november
kl. 14:0015:00

Velkommen til en samtale om kunsthåndverk søndag 28. november kl: 14.00 på Sørlandets Kunstmuseum.

Norwegian Crafts og Sørlandets Kunstmuseum inviterer til kunstnersamtale på den siste dagen av Årsutstillingen 2021. Utstillingen, som i år vises på SKMU 2. oktober–28. november, organiseres av Norske Kunsthåndverkere.

‘Making, Matriarchs and Mapping’ vil være en samtale mellom to av kunstnerne som deltar med verk i utstillingen, Karen Lidal og Monika Mørck, og modereres av kunstner, kurator og direktør ved visningsstedet Fiberspace i Stockholm Marcia Harvey Isaksson. Samtalen vil ta utgangspunkt i de to kunstnernes praksiser og handle om paneldeltakernes interesse for kunsthåndverkspraksiser, kunnskap som overføres fra generasjon til generasjon og fra sted til sted, kunstproduksjon fra et kvinnelig perspektiv, rom og kropp.

Arrangementet er gratis og vil foregå på engelsk. Det vil også streames og gjøres et videoopptak som publiseres i etterkant av arrangementet.

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Karen Kviltu Lidal (b. 1979) lives and works in Oslo and Berlin. She completed her MA at Oslo National Academy of the Arts (KHiO) in 2008 and has since exhibited widely in Norway and internationally. Solo presentations include Bauen Wohnen Denken in Tegnerforbundet, The Body and the Map in Moss Art Gallery and Soft City Pieces in Window Box/Galleri Pushwagner. Group shows among others in Sørlandet Art Museum, Alfa Gallery Miami, Kunstnernes hus, Akershus kunstsenter, Soft and The National Museum in Oslo. Lidal’s work is included in the collection of the National Museum of Decorative Arts and Design, Trondheim and KODE, Bergen.
http://www.karenlidal.net/ 

Monika Mørck (b. 1984) is a graduate of the Accademia Italiana, Florence (I) and Oslo National Academy of the Arts (KHiO) where she took her master’s degree in 2013. After many years in Oslo, she has now moved back to her hometown Trondheim. Mørck has exhibited extemsively with recent exhibitions at SOFT Gallery and Gallery Format, Oslo, as well as Hordaland Kunstsenter, Bergen (with Maia Birkeland). Mørck was awarded the Annual Exhibition debut price for her work, Svartsaum, which was aquired by the City of Oslo Art Collection.
https://www.monikamorck.com/ 

Marcia Harvey Isaksson (b. 1975) originally from Zimbabwe, is based in Stockholm. She graduated from Beckmans College of Design in 2008 and has since worked as an exhibition designer and interior architect. She established and has been running Fiberspace; an arena for textile art, craft and design; since 2015. In her artistic practice, Harvey Isaksson uses weaving and other textile methods to investigate cultural and personal heritage, the transfer of knowledge over generations, and how narratives of the past effect the present and the future. Her work is included in the Swedish Museum of Ethnography’s African textiles collection.
https://marcia.se/ 

 

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