Acknowledgement of the Sámi people

OCA acknowledges the Sámi as one people, and as the Indigenous people of the Fennoscandian region. On the land of this region, Sápmi, the Sámi people have lived since time immemorial, respectfully harvesting from nature by fishing, farming, hunting and following reindeer, amongst other activities.

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Recipients 2007

International Support

January

Siri Harr Steinvik

1 Mar – 1 Apr 2007

Participation in Videonale 11 at Kunstmuseum Bonn, Bonn, Germany with the work Is That All There Is? Curator: Georg Elben

February

National Gallery of Modern Art, Rome

Participation for sound artist Helge Sten (b. 1971, Tynset, Norway, lives and works in Oslo, Norway) aka Deathprod inInaudito at National Gallery of Modern Art, Rome, Italy.

The project was cancelled and the funds rerouted back into the annual funding for international support for 2007.

Knut Åsdam

24 Jan – 4 Feb 2007

Participation as "Artist in Focus" in the international Film Festival, Rotterdam (IFFR). Exhibition at Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen and other sites around Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Curators: Rein Wolfs for Museum Boijmans and Edwin Carels for NAI and TENT

Beate Petersen

6 Feb – 6 Feb 2007

Travel to the Seagull Arts and Media Resource Centre in Calcutta in India for participation in a discussion and screening of Kabul Ping Pong (2006), a collaboration between the artist and Bodil Furu, and Theater of Tears. Curator: Naveen Kishore, Seagull Foundation

Bodil Furu

12 Feb – 12 Feb 2007

Screening of Kabul Ping Pong at MoMA, Department of Film and Media, New York, NY, USA. Curator: Sally Berger

Karl Ingar Røys

1 Mar – 1 Jun 2007

Travel grant to take up a residency at the Tirana Institute for Contemporary Art, Tirana, Albania. Curator: Edi Muka

Unn Fahlstrøm

3 Mar – 18 Mar 2007

Exhibition of works Hundre runder and Non lo so at CirkulationsCentralen during Malmö og Lund's Fotobiennale, Malmö and Lund, Sweden.

Endre Aalrust

9 Mar – 7 Apr 2007

Solo exhibition, As if here's always free Cheese in the Mousetrap ..., at the non-for-profit space Galerie After the Butcher, Berlin, Germany. Curators: Thomas Kilpper and Franzisak Böhmer

Ignas Krunglevicius

13 Mar – 18 Mar 2007

Participation in Videonale 11, Kunstmuseum Bonn, Bonn, Germany. Curator: Georg Elben

Knut Henrik Henriksen

15 Mar – 30 Apr 2007

Participation in a final year exhibition by graduating curatorial students from the MA course in Curating Contemporary Art at the Royal College of Art in London, UK. Curator: Adelina Vlas

aiPotu–Anders Kjellevik and Andreas Siqueland

18 Mar – 21 Mar 2007

Participation in the exhibition entitled A Voyage on the North Sea in the non-profit gallery Unorossodue, Milan, Italy. Curator: Matteo Rubbi

Tor Jørgen Van Eijk

20 Mar – 24 Mar 2007

Curating of a video program for the 2ndUND#2 in Karlsruhe, Germany to include works by Camilla Figenschou (b. 1978 in Lofoten, Norway, lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden) and Hjørdis Kurås (b. 1974 in Oslo, Norway, lives and works in Oslo, Norway).

Ars Baltica Triennale of Art Photography, Berlin, Germany

30 Mar – 28 May 2007

Participation of Bodil Furu (b. 1976 in Askim, Norway), Talleiv Taro Manum (b. 1968 in Skottbu, Norway) and Anders Eiebakke (b. 1970 in Oslo, Norway), in Ars Baltica Triennale of Art Photography, Don't Worry-Be Curious!, Stadtgalleri Kiel, Germany. Later the exhibition travels to Art Museum of Estonia, Tallin, Estonia, and Pori Art Museum, Pori, Finland. Curators: Dorothee Bienert, Kati Kivinen and Enrico Lunghi

Maia Urstad

30 Mar – 30 Apr 2007

Development of the the sound installation Radio Concert for the LARM festival exhibition at Kulturhuset, Stockholm, Sweden. Curators: Liv Strand, Maria Bjurestam, Maria Hägglund and Mona Petersson (LARM)

Kalle Runeson

31 Mar – 30 Apr 2007

Participation with the artist's installation entitled Wizard Equals Wisdom and is Measured by the Length of a Beard within a group exhibition entitled This Is Not A Fairy Tale at the Tirana Institute for Contemporary Art in Albania. Curator: Edi Muka

Gisle Frøysland

2 Apr – 8 Apr 2007

Curating performance artists/musicians: Lasse Marhaug, Bjørnar Habbestad, Audun Eriksen and Eva Sjuve as representing BEK, Bergen at MakeArtFestival, Poitiers, France.

Ida Ekblad

4 Apr – 2 May 2007

Participation with the Ida Ekblad/Marius Engh's work entitled, Neptune, Larissa, Proteus, Triton, Nereid, (2006) in the exhibition Paris was Yesterday at the non-for-profit space La Vitrine in Paris, France. Curator: Hanne Mugaas

Marius Engh

4 Apr – 2 May 2007

Participation with the Ida Ekblad/Marius Engh's work entitled, Neptune, Larissa, Proteus, Triton, Nereid, (2006) in the exhibition Paris was Yesterday at the non-for-profit space La Vitrine in Paris, France. Curator: Hanne Mugaas

Hanne Mugaas

4 Apr – 1 May 2007

Travel support to curate an exhibition entitled Paris was Yesterday - Stories of Art and Culture, at La Vitrine in Paris, France and to give a talk about her curatorial practice.

Line Bergseth

12 Apr – 13 May 2007

Travel support for participation in solo exhibition Nye malerier at Konstnärshuset, Stockholm, Sweden.

Kjell Bjørgeengen

15 Apr – 6 May 2007

Exhibiton of a three channel installation for the exhibition My Eyes Keep Me in Trouble, Nieuwe Vide, Haarlem, Netherlands. Curator: Tilman Heopfl

Håvard Boland (c-lab)

19 Apr – 1 Jul 2007

Participation with an istallation in a project entitled The Martin Rose at the Andalusian Centre for Contemporary Art, BIOS 4, Sevilla, Spain. Curator: Elvira Dyangani Ose

Anne Katrine Senstad

22 Apr – 14 Oct 2007

Travel for participation in the group exhibition Atenna with work from the The Pink Project, Houston Center for Photogragraphy, TX, USA. Curator: Madeline Yale

Atenna: 22 April–21 May 2007, Light and Sound series: 14 Sept–14 October 2007

Synne Bull

28 Apr – 28 Apr 2007

Travel support to participate in Video Exhibition Exchange (VEE) project at the Pasadena Museum of California Art, California, USA. Curators: Wesley Jessup, Director, PMCA, and Kathleen Quillian, Director Artists' Television Access

Dragan Miletic

28 Apr – 28 Apr 2007

Travel support to participate in Video Exhibition Exchange (VEE) project at the Pasadena Museum of California Art, California, USA. Curators: Wesley Jessup, Director, PMCA, and Kathleen Quillian, Director Artists' Television Access

Jan Braar Christensen

5 May – 9 Jun 2007

Participation in the group exhibition entitled W-Orografie at K3 Project Room in Zürich, Switzerland. Curator: Susanne Sauter

Andrea Lange

12 May – 2 Sep 2007

Participation with Andrea Lange's work Countdown for 2000 Broken Dreams (2007) in the exhibition entitled Peer In, Peer Out at two venues: The Moore Space, Miami, Florida, USA and SMoCA in Scottsdale, Arizona, USA. Curators: Silvia Cubina and Marilu Knode

Marianne Heier

14 May – 24 Jun 2007

Participation in the exhibition The Price of Everything ... /Perspectives on the Art Market, organised by Whitney Independent Study Program New York, NY, USA at the Art Gallery of the Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY), USA. Curator: Martin Braathen

Anna Gudmundsdottir

26 May – 8 Jul 2007

Participation in the project entitled Bread and Animals at the Living Art Museum, Reykjavik, Iceland. Curator: Larus Vilhjalmsson

Ingar Dragset

1 Jun – 1 Aug 2007

Production of the publication, This is the First Day of My Life, associated with an Elmgreen & Dragset exhibition at the Malmö Konsthall, Sweden. Published by Hatje Cantz with contributions by Brian O'Doherty, Kristian Kracht, Dennis Cooper. Curator: Lars Grambye, Director, Malmö Konsthall

Trond Nicholas Perry and Erik Pirolt

1 Jun – 1 Aug 2007

Presentation of the project, K.Y.S (L.H.P), a public sculpture, through the channels of Northern Europe.

Jana Winderen

1 Jun – 1 Oct 2007

Travel to Greenland and Iceland for the production of +4 Grader C, a sound work based on the hydrolic cycles of glaciers.

Geir Tore Holm and Søssa Jørgensen

1 Jun – 1 Aug 2007

Curating of the continuation and completion of the Thai House, a project by Kjellingvatnet initiated by artists/craftspersons from Thailand as part of The Nord Land at Sørfinnset Skole in Nordland (2003). Participating artists include Kamin Lertchaiprasert, Jirasak Saengpolsith, Prasarn Kumsuk, and Settawut Pinyorid. Curators: Geir Tore Holm and Søssa Jørgensen

Karianne Stensland

8 Jun – 1 Jul 2007

In cooperation with High Heel Sisters, support for participation in the exhibition Space.Gaze.Desire with the installationHoller Piece, and a site specific performance on the opening night at Den Frie, Copenhagen, Denmark. Curator: Sanne Koefoed

Lars Strandh

26 Aug – 21 Oct 2007

Participation in a group exhibition at the Museum Forum Konkrete Kunst in Erfurt, Germany. Curator: Angela Apelt

Roddy Bell

1 Sep – 1 Nov 2007

Participation with the work, The Book of Imaginary Science, as an intervention comprised of texts, sculptures and drawings at the Museum of the History of Science, Oxford University, Oxford, UK. Curator: Jim Bennett, Director, MHS, Oxford, UK

Kalle Runeson and Marlene Lindmark (as artist group Kultivator)

1 November

Research meeting for preparation of solo exhibition at W 139, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Curator: Gijs Frieling, Director, W139

Ane Lan

1 Jan – 1 Jan 2008

Participation in the 9th International Multimedia Festival in Serbia with the performance Awatashan. Curator: Nenad Bogdanovic

Postponed to 2008

Jan Kjetil Bjørheim

29 Nov – 25 Jan 2009

Support provided for a solo exibition of mixed media installation at A Space Station Sixty-Five in the frame of their window exhibition series. Curator: Rachael House

May

Astrid Johanne Johannessen

2 May – 12 Feb 2007

Participation with artist's video and photography in Caravansarai's International Exhibition at the Tashkent House of Photography in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

23 May – 9 Jul 2007

Participation for Lene Berg (b. 1965, Oslo, lives and works in Berlin, Germany) in the group exhibition, Pensée Sauvage: On Human Freedom with Mandela Reuter(DE), Andrea Bûttner (DE), Deimantas Narcevicius (LI), Lisi Riskin (USA), Marianne Hugonnier (FR), Rosalind Nashabibi (UK), Patricia Esquivias (ES), Markus Oehlen (DE), Tamara Hendersson (CA) and Annu Pennanen (FI), at Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, Germany. Curator: Chus Martinez, Director, Frankfurter Kunstverein

ICA (Institute of Contemporary Arts), London, UK

23 May – 27 Jun 2007

Production of the free distribution newspaper printed in correlation with the ICA exhibition entitled Memorial to the Iraq War which including Matias Faldbakken (b. 1973 in Hobro, Denmark, lives and works in Oslo, Norway). Curator: Mark Sladen, Chief Curator, ICA, London

Trygve Luktvasslimo

2 Jun – 24 Jun 2007

Performance of the work Burn Hollywood, Burn! at Summer School, which will feature a series of lectures, performative lectures, workshops etc. at PS122 in NYC, NY, USA.

Kunsthalle Basel

9 Jun – 2 Sep 2007

Participation for Knut Henrik Henriksen (b. 1970 in Oslo, Norway, lives and works in Berlin, Germany) in group exhibition with Karla Black, Robert Breer, Martin Heldstab, Dagmar Heppner, Karin Heuber, Ian Kiaer and Kilian Rüthemann at Kunsthalle Basel, Basel, Switzerland. Curator: Simone Neuenschwander

Elmgreen & Dragset

16 Jun – 16 Sep 2007

Production of a play entitled Drama Queen, a play without actors, at Skulptur Projekte Münster 07, Münster, Germany.

Bull.Miletic

28 Jun – 11 Nov 2007

Exhibition of the multi-channel video installation Heaven Can Wait in a group exhibition at Yerba Buena Center for Arts in San Francisco, CA, USA. Curator: René de Guzman, Director, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

Willy Wonka

28 Jun – 29 Jul 2007

For curating the exhibition entitled The Corny Show aka The Art is in the Heart, with the following artists participating: Ida Ekblad, Lina Viste Grønli (b. 1976 in Bergen, Norway, lives and works in Oslo), Lars Laumann (b. 1975, Brønnøysund, Norway, lives and works in Oslo, Norway), Camilla Løw (b. 1976 in Oslo, Norway, lives and works in Glasgow, Scotland) and Anders Nordby at KARMA International, a not-for-profit space in Zürich, Switzerland. Curator: Willy Wonka (Ida Ekblad, Anders Nordby)

Rachel Dagnall

29 Jun – 30 Sep 2007

Participation in Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst's exhibition Syntropia in various locations in Berlin, Germany. Curator: Frank Wagner

Ulrike Solbrig

29 Jun – 2 Aug 2007

Participation of Søssa Jørgensen (b. 1968 Oslo, Norway, lives and works in Tromsø, Norway) and Geir Tore Holm (b. 1966, Tromsø, Norway, lives and works in Oslo, Norway) with their collaborative project entitled Sørfinnset Skole -The Project within a workshop format at Sparwasser HQ in Berlin, Germany.

Marius Wang

8 Jul – 12 Aug 2007

Participation of the artist group El Parche (Herman Mbamba, Olga Robayo, and Marius Wang in the project entitledEarthworks as initiated by the curatorial group Kultivator in Öland, Sweden. Curator: Kultivator

Lars Laumann

14 Jul – 1 Sep 2007

Participation with the video work Morissey Foretelling the Death of Diana in the exhibition East International 2007, Norwich Gallery, Norwich, UK. Curators: Marc Camille Chaimowicz and Matthew Higgs

Blanes Museum, Montevideo, Uruguay

9 Aug – 30 Sep 2007

Participation of Vibeke Tandberg (b. 1967 in Oslo, Norway, lives and works in Oslo, Norway) with the artists work entitledSunflower (C-prints, 2001) in the exhibition entitled Border Jam as part of the Regional Encounter of Art 2007 in Montevideo, Uruguay. Curator: Gerardo Mosquera

Åse Løvgren

1 Sep – 1 Nov 2007

Residency at Flaggfabrikken, Bergen, Norway for the artist Qui Jun from Guanzhou, China.

Mai Hofstad Gunnes 1

4 Sep – 30 Sep 2007

Participation in the group exhibition entitled Inter-Faces at the Soros Center for Contemporary Art in Almaty in Kazakhstan.

(Additional grant outside application period)

Matias Faldbakken

8 Sep – 27 Oct 2007

Solo exhibition at Midway Contemporary Art, Minneapolis, USA. Curator: Director John Rasmussen of Midway Contemporary Art

1st Athens Biennial

9 Sep – 18 Nov 2007

Participation for Jan Freuchen (b. 1979 in Stavanger, Norway, lives and works in Oslo, Norway), Narve Hovdenakk (b. 1971 in Gjettum, Norway, lives and works in Oslo, Norway), Lotte Konow Lund (b.1967 in Oslo, Norway, lives and works in Oslo, Norway), Torbjørn Rødland (b. 1970 in Stavanger, Norway, lives and works in Oslo, Norway), Martin Skauen (b. 1975 in Fredrikstad, Norway, lives and works in Berlin, Germany), and Bjarne Melgaard (b. 1967 in Sydney, Australia, lives and works in Barcelona, Spain) in the 1st Athens Biennial, Destroy Athens, Athens, Greece. Curated by: Xenia Kalpaktsoglou, Poka–Yio and Augustine Zenakos

10th International Istanbul Biennale

9 Sep – 4 Nov 2007

Participation of Bodil Furu (b. 1976 in Askim, Norway, lives and works in Oslo, Norway) and Beate Petersen b. 1962 in Oslo, Norway, lives and works in Oslo, Norway) with their work Kabul Ping Pong in one of the main venues of the 10th International Istanbul Biennale, Santralistanbul, Istanbul, Turkey. Curator: Hou Hanru

Lunds Konsthall

9 Sep – 11 Nov 2007

Solo exhibition for Ann Lislegaard (b. 1962 in Norway, lives and works in Copenhagen, Denmark and New York, USA) at Lunds Konsthall, Lund, Sweden. Curator: Anders Kreuger

Helene Sommer

15 Sep – 15 Oct 2007

Participation in the exhibition The Story of Automatika at ACCEA, (Armenian Center for Contemporary Experimental Art), Yerevan, Armenia. Curator: Eva Khachatrian

Book & Hedén

20 Sep – 25 Nov 2007

Solo exhibition in the Main Hall of Salzburger Kunstverein, Salzburg, Austria. Curator: Hemma Schmutz, Director, Salzburger Kunstverein

Morten Andersen

1 Oct – 1 Dec 2007

Solo exhibtion at the Centro Portuges de Forografia, Porto, Portugal. Curator: Tereza Siza

Adriana Alves

1 Oct – 31 Oct 2007

Exhibition of the artist project Tragedy of the Common Man at Fuzuê Arte e Cultura in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Curator: José Loyola

Marlene Lindmark and Kalle Runeson (Kultivator)

12 Oct – 18 Nov 2007

Solo exhibition at W139, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Curator: Director Gijs Frieling, W139

Stefan Mitterer and Karolin Tampere

1 Nov – 1 Jan 2008

Participation and development of the residency program "La Peluqueria" in Valparaiso, Chile

Mai Hofstad Gunnes

1 Jan – 1 Jan 2008

Participation with the artist's film as produced in Istanbul, Turkey, with production to be continued in 2008 in Berlin, Germany for the electronic music label Raster-Noton in collaboration with Ryuichi Sakamoto.

Biennale of Sydney

18 Jun – 7 Sep 2008

Participation in the Biennale of Sydney for aiPotu (Anders Kjellevik: b. 1980 in Norway, Andreas Siqueland: b. 1973 in Norway, both live and work in Oslo, Norway), Lene Berg (b. 1965, Oslo, lives and works in Berlin, Germany), Matias Faldbakken (b. 1973 in Hobro, Denmark, lives and works in Oslo, Norway), Annie Anawana Haloba Hobøl (b.1978, Zambia, lives and works in Oslo, Norway), Hariton Pushwagner (b. 1940, lives and works in Oslo, Norway) and Vibeke Tandberg (b. 1967 in Oslo, Norway, lives and works in Oslo, Norway). Curator: Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev

A portion of this grant is provided by 03-Funding

September

Liv Bugge

6 Sep – 1 Dec 2007

Participation in a group exhibition at Error One, a nomadic initiative for contemporary art, and also at LLS 387, both spaces located in Antwerp, Belgium. The artist participates with the works Canary Creeper and with Cremation of Care. Curators: Ria Van Landeghem (Error One) and Ulrike Lindmayr (LLS 387)

Are Mokkelbost

21 Sep – 4 Oct 2007

Participation in the group exhibition Antidrom, with participating artists Kim Hiorthøy (b. 1973 in Trondheim, Norway, lives and works in Berlin, Germany), Helen Cho, Maverick, Jan Rohlf and Markus Fiedler, to explore the field of tension between graphical abstraction and figurative symbolism. The exhibition is held at General Public, an independent project space based in Berlin, Germany.

Rachel Dagnall

6 Oct – 25 Oct 2007

Participation in Spike Island's Autumn Exhibitions, Bristol, UK, within the context of the collaboration of Henry the 8th Wives. Other artists included are Can Altay and Andre Sousa. Artistic Director: Lucy Byatt

Olga Robayo

12 Oct – 11 Nov 2007

Participation of the artist group El Parche (Herman Mbamba, Marius Wang and Olga Robayo) for the exhibition entitledSupermodel, as organized by Kultivator at W139 in Amsterdam in the Netherlands with a project that integrates consideration of agriculture, ecology, and food production. Curator: Gijs Frieling, Director, W139

Unni Gjertsen

27 Oct – 6 Jan 2008

Participation in the final episode of the second edition of If I Can't Dance focusing on "Feminist Legacies and Potentials in Contemporary Art Practice" within a large scale exhibition at the MuHKA - (Museum of Contemporary Art, Antwerp, Belgium). Other artists include Sanja Ivekovic, Lili Dujourie, Jef Geys, Jutta Koether, Hito Steyerl, Cathy Wilkes, Karl Holmqvist, Frances Stark. Curators: Frédérique Bergholtz, Annie Fletcher, Grant Watson

Kjell Bjørgeengen 1

2 Nov – 7 Dec 2007

Participation in Project 33 at Sydney Non Objective (SNO Contemporary Art Projects) as a collaboration between Salvatore Panatteri (SNO) and the artist in Sydney, Australia.

Agnes Nedregård

9 Nov – 30 Nov 2007

Participation in the festival TulcaLive in Galway, Ireland. Curator: Aine Philips

Les Rencontres Internationales, Paris

22 Nov – 1 Dec 2007

Participation for Knut Åsdam (b. 1968 in Trondheim, Norway, lives and works in Oslo, Norway), Jorunn Myklebost Syversen (b. 1978 in Oslo, Norway lives and works in Oslo, Norway), Ane Lan (b. 1972 Kløfta, Norway, lives and works in Kløfta, Norway) and Annette Stav Johanssen (b. 1979 in Kristiansand, Norway, lives and works in Malmö, Sweden) in a citywide film and video project to be held at Centre Pompidou, Jeu de Paume, and I'Entrepôt, Paris, France. Curators: Jean-Francois Rettig, Nathalie Hénon

Anna Sigmund Gudmundsdottir

23 Nov – 16 Dec 2007

Solo exhibition entitled DoWillMean, consisting of a theatre performance, wall paintings and installation objects at the non-profit space Galleri 54 in Gothenburg, Sweden. Curators: Anita Paakonen and Paula Wallmark-Nilsson

Kjell Bjørgeengen

25 Nov – 6 Dec 2007

Travel to participate in a live video performance with the cellist Okkyung Lee at The Stone, and with composer Marc Ribot at Issue Space Room, New York, NY, USA.

Tone Hansen

1 Jan – 1 Jan 2008

Research residency to New Delhi and Mumbai as coordinated by the Kohj Collective in New Delhi, India. Curator: Pooja Sood

Centre D'Art Contemporain Geneve, Switzerland

24 Jan – 16 Mar 2008

Solo exhibition of Gardar Eide Einarsson (b. 1976 in Oslo, Norway, lives and works in New York City, NY, USA) co-produced with the Frankfurter Kunstverein. This represents the first solo exhibition of the artist in Switzerland. Catalogue in production (by Revolver Verlag). Curator: Katya García-Antón

Marius Watz

24 Jan – 3 Feb 2008

For curating the second edition of Generator.x within the framework of club transmediale - international festival for adventurous music and related visual arts in Berlin to take place under the theme "Unpredictable". Generator.x 2.0 will be produced in partnership with Universität der Künste Berlin, Fachhochschule Potsdam, Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst - Institut HyperWerk (Basel) and The Oslo School of Architecture and Design.

transmediale: festival for art and digital culture Berlin

29 Jan – 3 Feb 2008

Participation of the work of Lene Berg (b. 1965, Oslo, Norway, lives and works in New York, NY, USA and Oslo, Norway) entitled The Man in the Background within the exhibition Conspire! during transmediale 08 at the House of World Cultures in Berlin, Germany. Curator: Natasa Petresin

Stiftelsen 3,14

29 Feb – 30 Apr 2008

Participation of Regina Jose Galindo (b. 1974, Guatemala, lives and works in Guatemala) in a performance and seminar held at ACT in Bergen. Among participating artists are included Ana Rewakowicz (PL/UA) and Eglè Raukauskaite (LT). Curators: Pia Torgersen/Malin Barth

Kurt Johannessen

1 Apr – 13 Apr 2008

Participation in the Performance Art Laboratory Project (PALP Project), an intercultural lab for international and national performance artists at the Padepokan Lemah Putih and Cilimas Centre, Tejakula, Bali, Indonesia. Curator: Boris Nieslony

Greg Pope

3 Apr – 12 Apr 2008
Participation in The Images Festival, Toronto, Canada, with the film performance Light Trap and with screenings of short films at the Anthology Film Archives in NYC, NY, USA. Curator: Andrew Lampert, Anthology Film Archives, NYC, NY, USA

5th berlin biennale for contemporary art, Berlin, Germany

5 Apr – 15 Jun 2008

Participation of Pushwagner (born 1940, Oslo, Norway, lives and works in Oslo, Norway) in the 5th Berlin biennale. Curators: Adam Szymczyk, Director, Kunsthalle Basel, and Elena Filipovic

Øystein Aasan

24 May – 14 Jun 2008

Participation in the group exhibition Representation of the artist as an Intellectual at D21 Kunstraum, Leipzig, Germany. Curator: Leif Magne Tangen

Verdensteatret

5 Jun – 5 Jul 2008

Participation of Verdensteatret with a large-scale installation Fortellerorkesteret - The Telling Orchestra in Synthetic Times - Media Art China 2008 at the National Art Museum of China in Beijing, China. The exhibition is organized around 4 distinctive yet interrelated themes that testify to the incessant and obsessive pursuit of an ideal world through artistic intervention into media and communications technologies as well as bio-cultural spheres. The 4 themes are: Beyond Body,Emotive Digital, Blur: The Recombinant Reality, and Here, There and Everywhere. Curator: Zhang Ga

Pontus Kyander

25 Aug – 7 Sep 2008

Participation of Sten Are Sandbeck (b. 1969 in Oslo, Norway, lives and works in Oslo, Norway) with the artist's work entitled No Show in the project entitled Super Structures - an international project presented by A Little Blah Blah Blah (ALBBB) in Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam. Curators: Pontus Kyander and Sue Hajdu

November

Annie Anawana Haloba Hobøl

1 January

Second year post graduate fellowship toward the research residency at the Rijksakademi in Amsterdam in the Netherlands as a result of being selected as one among 24 out of 1,100 applicants by an international selection jury.

Andreas Siqueland (aiPotu)

1 Nov – 1 Jun 2008

Travel grant for an eight-month residency at the Pavilion Program at Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France. Siqueland was one of ten candidates out of 260 selected through an international competition. Several work sessions are included in the program and take the form of exhibitions, publications and workshops both in France or abroad.

Anne Senstad

7 Dec – 8 Mar 2008

Participation in an exhibition of the artist's work entitled New Orleans Lighthouse at KK Projects in New Orleans, Lousiana, USA as part of a large scale site specific project series devoted to reviving the St. Roch neighborhood in New Orleans. Curators: Koan Jeff Baysa and Kirscha Kaechele

Vibeke Jensen

1 Jan – 31 Jan 2008

Participation of the artist's work Night Watch in the public space of the People's Square in Shanghai in China as part of the Shanghai Zendai Museum of Modern Art's project entitled Intrude: Art & Life 366. Curator: Biljana Ciric, Zendai MoMA

Marius Notvik

1 Jan – 1 Apr 2008

Participation in a residency programme at The Land Foundation within the context of the One Year Project #2 in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Curator: Phonsak La-or, Vice-Chairman, The Land Foundation

Jana Winderen

6 Jan – 13 Jan 2008

Participation in the project Rainbow Audio Transformation at Extra City, Center for Contemporary Art, Antwerp, Belgium. Each artist has been assigned a frequency area in the visual part of the electromagnetism specter. A collaboration between C.M. von Hausswolff, Brandon LaBelle, Leon Milo, Finnbogi Petursson, Maia Urstad, Mike Harding and Philip Marshall. Curator: Nico Dockx

Hanne Mugaas

8 Jan – 15 Jan 2008

For curating Medium Cool, as a project for the Tenth Annual Video Marathon for Art in General in NY, NY. The project explores the state of video art as situated between institutionalized video art and work emerging from the flow and dynamism of the Internet. Among artists participating: Bad Beuys Entertainment, Lene Berg, Ida Ekblad, Haris Epaminonda, Sascha Hahn, Nate Harrison, Annika Larsson, Lars Laumann, Guthrie Lonergan, Anders Nordby, Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard, and Stephen Sutcliffe.

Stefan Mitterer and Karolin Tampere

10 Jan – 26 Jan 2008

Participating as co-curators and artists in the exhibition Life is All About Taking Things In And Putting Things Out on site at Salón Tudor in Santiago, Chile as a result of their residency. Curator: Camila Marambio

Karl Ingar Røys

17 Jan – 15 Apr 2008

Participation in a solo project at the Het Wilde Weten in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Curator: Kim Bouvy

Marthe Thorshaug

19 Jan – 3 Feb 2008

Participation in the screening of the artists work entitled Comancheria at the Comanche National Museum in Lawton, Oklahoma, USA.

Kjersti Sundland

31 Jan – 16 Feb 2008

Participation with the artist's work entitled Hollow Void within the group exhibition entitled The Rendering Video at the Tirana Center for Contemporary Art in Tirana, Albania. Curator: Alessandra Pioselli

Dundee Contemporary Arts — DCA, Dundee, Scotland

1 Feb – 31 Mar 2008

Solo exhibition for Camilla Løw (b. 1976 in Oslo, Norway, lives and works in Oslo, Norway) entitled Straight Letters, presenting new works and also re-presenting a number of important pieces created over the last five years at the DCA. DCA will also produce a substantial publication to accompany the exhibition designed by Robert Johnston with text by Michael Archer and Sarah Lowndes. Curator: Judith Winter, Head of Programme

Samisk kunstnersenter

4 Feb – 17 Feb 2008

Exhibition with the artists Fred Ivar Utsi Klemetsen (b. 1969 in Finnmark, Norway, lives and works in Bergen, Norway) and Kristin Tårnesvik, (b. 1964 in Kåfjord, Norway, lives and works in Bergen, Norway), at the independent artist collective Galleria Huuto in Helsinki, Finland. Coordinator: Maaike Halbertsma

Randi Nygård

22 Feb – 18 May 2008

Participation in the European Exhibition of Young Artists at the Central Electrique, the European Centre of Contemporary Art in Brussels. Curator: Fabienne Dumant, AICA (the International Association of Art Critics)

Bjørn Hegardt

28 Feb – 30 Mar 2008

Solo exhibition and launch of a new artists book at Purple Gallery & Press, Rome, Italy. Curators: Scintilla Robina and Norberto Dalmata

Kjersti Andvig

1 Mar – 1 Apr 2008

Participation in the solo exhibition entitled Knitting and Death Penalty at the Triangle Marseille within the Galerie of La Friche Belle de Mai in Marseilles, France. The project marks the last stage of a collaboration between the artist and a convicted prisoner in the US prison system. Director: Dorothée Dupuis

Jesper James Alvaer

1 Mar – 1 Oct 2008

Participation in a residency at Galerija Misolav Kraljevic, Zagreb, Croatia. Commissioner: g–mk /galerija misolav kraljevic, Zagreb, Croatia

Foundation 3,14 in Bergen, Norway

1 Mar – 1 May 2008

Curating a performance/exhibition ACT divided into three parts with participation of Lida Abdul (b. 1973 in Kabul, Afghanistan, lives and works in Kabul, Afghanistan) at the Foundation 3.14 in Bergen, Norway. Curators: Pia Torgersen, Foundation 3,14 in Bergen and Malin Barth

Mona Bentzen

24 Mar – 31 Mar 2008

For curating EFA Gallery's Five Minutes Video Series as a programme of The Elizabeth Foundation of the Arts in New York, NY and as part of the Art Video Exchange (AVE), New York, NY, USA. Curator: Madeline Djerejian

Ole Lislerud

3 Apr – 14 Apr 2008

Exhibition entitled Metaphorical Signs at Today Art Museum in Beijing, China. Curator: Wang Baoju

Sissel Tolaas

5 Jun – 5 Jul 2008

Participation with the artist's work entitled Fear 9 (2006), in the Synthetic Times - Media Art China 2008 at the National Art Museum of China in Beijing, China. Curator: Zhang Ga

P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center / MoMA, New York, NY, USA

26 Oct – 19 Jan 2009

For participation of Børre Sætre (b. 1967 in Oslo, Norway, lives and work in NY, NY, USA, Berlin, Germany, and Oslo) in a solo exhibition at P.S.1/MoMA, New York, NY. The project brings together a body of work that combines the elements of the artist's exhibition entitled For Someone Who Nearly Died But Survived as exhibited at the Bergen Kunsthall in Norway together with a new commission for P.S.1/MoMA. Curator: Lia Gangitano

Victor Mutelekesha

20 Dec – 8 Jan 2008

Solo exhibition of artist's project entitled Dagali Meltdown at Zambia National Visual Arts Council (VAC) in Lusaka, Zambia. Curator: Javan Phiri