The new director of Kunsthall Trondheim, Stefanie Hessler, wants to engage the local technology and science community, but not to affirm staid notions of progress.
Our present day has a desire for images so fierce that it threatens to destroy us, according to Irena Haiduk, whose exhibition at Kunsthal Charlottenborg is shrouded in total darkness.
‘Climate emergency is about much more than global warming or melting ice’, says art historian T. J. Demos, who recently gave a lecture in Bergen.
‘In order to move on, you must also turn back’, says Lisa Rosendahl, curator of the 10th edition of the Göteborg Biennial, opening this Saturday.
In the midst of her largest retrospective to date, artist Zdenka Rusova talks about the singular question of her life and work.
Mari Slaattelid wants to paint – not the way she is, but the way she needs to be for the picture’s sake. This summer, her work can be seen at Bergen Kunsthall.
‘Artists find the measure of their own time just by doing their work’, says Julia Scher who began making art about surveillance long before the Internet really existed.
The Sonja Ferlov Mancoba exhibition in Copenhagen sparked a correspondence between two artists and a curator on how to rewrite art history.
The introductory days of Bergen Assembly served as a reminder that art’s engagement with social issues does not necessarily translate into audience engagement.
What is national identity in the wake of a climate apocalypse? Larissa Sansour on her contribution to the Danish Pavilion in Venice.
‘If you don’t have or don’t control material, you have to become material yourself’, says Arthur Jafa, currently showing at Kunstnernes Hus in Oslo.
Frida Orupabo’s integration of social media and white cube takes us back to the technological origins of cinema.