Transient Placenta

Opening Friday May 5th from 18:00 – 21:00

Saturday May 6th from 12:00 – 14:00

The placenta is a borderline organ between mother and fetus. It is a composite structure, sometimes described as a fetomaternal organ, because it develops from both the mother’s and the embryo’s tissues. It occupies a between-space inside the maternal space. The placenta is a transient organ. When its purpose is done the organ is discarded from the body.

A soundscapes reinterpretation of the Japanese Noh-theatre feminized and sexualized trough a fusion with the Japanese erotic tradition of hentai.

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April 27, 2017
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KUNSTEN Å BLANDE: SMAKEN AV GULROT + LYDEN AV HAVET

A Workshop With Ronak Moshtaghi

Saturday  April  22, 12:00- 12:40- 13:00- 13:40, 14:00- 14:40, 15:00- 15:40

Dato og klokkeslett: Lørdag 22. april kl. 12:00- 12:40- 13:00- 13:40, 14:00- 14:40, 15:00- 15:40
Sted: Akademirommet, Kunstnernes Hus – Wergelandsveien 17
Varighet: 40 minutter pr. workshop
Teknikk: Blandet teknikk, maling, lukt, smak
Aldersgruppe: 3- 7 år
Foreldre: Kan være med
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Dette er en workshop som gir barn anledning til å oppleve “kunsten å blande” i en åpen atmosfære hvor ingen av ingrediensene i blandingen skal være forutbestemt.

Oslo Open

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April 14, 2017
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In Conversation With…

Opening Tuesday 11th of April, 16:00-20:00

As human beings, we participate in and are influenced by conversations with ourselves, our friends, our colleagues – with amateurs and experts within our own fields and other fields.

In this group exhibition project, which is a continuation of the course

“Painting studio; notes and conversations”, each one of us had either a plan of something or someone we wanted to work with. We thereafter invited external partners, being aware that if we enter the generous contract of the conversation with sharing and corresponding to thoughts and ideas – this may push all of us in directions we had not foreseen.

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April 8, 2017
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