Opening January 14th, start 7pm
(Doors open at 6.45pm and close at 7pm)
Thursday 14 January 7pm
Friday 15 January 6pm
Tuesday 19 January 7pm
Thursday 21 January 7pm
Saturday 24 January 3pm
I am happy to invite you to sit down and look at (my) sculptures (the Flock of Problems)
for 4 minutes and 30 seconds.
You will listen to sound (music) and look at the sculptures
and nothing more (physically) will happen (on stage)
The Flock of Problems consists of 7 abstract sculptures representing different
unsolved problems within different disciplines. After I met and spoke with various professors and scientists at the University of Oslo, each of them helped me to define an unsolved problem within their own scientific discipline. Altogether 7 problems were defined: in medicine, geology, astrophysics, media, mathematics and psychology.
I welcome you to come and look at the problems.
Anna Daniell has previously exhibited sculptures in the woods, on a plank shelf, at a sports stadium, in film, with dance and through text. These sculptural projects have been as much about trying to show sculptures in different contexts as trying to look at the sculptures in a new way. She is currently taking a master in fine art at Kunstakademiet in Oslo.
Thank you Vegard Hegstad, Rike Frank, Dag Erik Elgin, Mike Sperlinger, Jan Verwoert, Susanne Winterling, Jim Særnblom, Sverre Strandberg, Ray Hagelbach, Kaja Leijon, Jessica MacMillan, Ane Thommessen Graff, Jan Erik Mikalsen, Maria Romstad, Katarzyna Daniell and Jozef Daniell.
For conversations and feedback.