Protest and politics as seen through the work of generations of women artists in Poland.
All articles by Zofia Cielatkowska
At Kristiansand Kunsthall, Apichaya Wanthiang captures the anxieties and fears of a pandemic-stricken world.
Listening to the Echoes of the South Atlantic at Oslo Kunstforening invites us to see music as a vessel for bringing the past into the present.
So far, the discussion on decolonisation in the art world has been centred on institutions. What if we instead turned our attention to the conditions for critical debate?
Silje Linge Haaland’s exhibition at Galleri K in Oslo tracks the increasing artificiality of life in our postdigital, pre-apocalyptic present.
‘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.
Lindsay Seer’s colour-restrained and inverted photographs attempt to rescue the image from manipulative discourses.