February 7 – March 17, 2013
4009 Stavanger, Norway
(+47) 51 56 41 25
In the summer of 2013 Stavanger Kunstforening will become Kunsthall Stavanger. During winter and spring we will exhibit three exhibitions as a continuation of Stavanger Kunstforening’s program. These include the group show Heterotopic Views, the touring show Vestlandsutstillingen, and Rogaland Art School’s graduation show.
Our first exhibition in 2013 is a collaboration between the artists Karlotta Blöndal, Johan Gaellman, Ragnhildur Jóhanns, and Ingeborg Kvame, who met at the island Nådøy outside Stavanger in the Spring of 2012:
Five artists – five strangers – spent two weeks on a desert island. It was a space of otherness, a heterotopia, in which they produced art. The setting gave them the sensation of being part of a reality show or a horror movie, while they slowly got bonded together.
As they parted and returned to reality – their everyday life – they had an exhibition in mind.
One artist got lost on their way, but he will lurk in the scenery of this exhibition that is their heterotopia.
For more information about the exhibition, contact director Hanne Mugaas at firstname.lastname@example.org. For general information, contact administrator Helga Hindal at phone number (+47) 51 56 41 25 or email@example.com
Karlotta Blöndal (b. 1973 in Reykjavik, Iceland) has a master degree from Malmö Art Academy in Sweden. She has exhibited at The Living Art Museum, Reykjavik, Iceland; Kuckel+Kuckel, Berlin, Germany; Malmö Art Museum, Malmö, Sweden; and La Galerie Noisy-le-Sec, Paris, France, among others. www.karlottablondal.com
Ragnhildur Jóhanns (b. 1977 in Reykjavik, Iceland) has a bachelor degree from Iceland Academy of The Arts. She has exhibited at galleries and museums in Iceland, England, and Lithuania. She is an editor of the art magazine Endemi, and a member of The Living Arts Museum: The Icelandic Sound Poetry Choir.
Ingeborg Kvame (b. 1978 in Hjelmeland, Norway) has a bachelor degree in painting from Grays School of Art, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland. She has recencly exhibited at Wip:konsthall in Stockholm, Sweden, and Galleri Sult and Prosjektrom Normanns in Stavanger, Norway. She is one of the initiators behind the continous art project The Visual Art Tour. Her work is in the collection of Stavanger Art Museum. http://www.ingeborgkvame.net/