Graduation 2019: The Academy of Fine Art’s MFA Degree show 2019

20 students from the master graduation class at the Academy of Fine Art, exhibits art works from their studies and emerging practices at Kunstnernes Hus.The exhibition PLURAL PLUR opens at May 9.

Time: Opening May 9, at 7pm. Exhibition until May 19. Opening hours Tuesday—Sunday 11.00–17.00, Thursday 11.00–19.00.
Kunstnernes hus, Wergelandsveien 17, 0167 Oslo.

Expect high energy, explorative engagement with our times, the infrastructures capturing us on a physical and attentive level, and the clutch of history. Their practices span video, installation, sound, painting, text and sculpture. The exhibition is linked with a programme of talks, activations and performances.


Asmaa Barakat, LEA (Ye Gyoung Choi), Maja Bang Haugsgjerd, Liv Ertzeid, Joseph Geir Helland, Eva Rosa Hollup, Espen Iden, Nasim Iranpour Mashak, Louise Jacobs, Melanie Kitti, Espen Kvålsvoll, Morten Langeland, Kim Laybourn, Elise Macmillan, Magnus Myrtveit, Hedda Grevle Ottesen, Ina Porselius, Jo Mikkel Sjaastad Huse, Fatou Madeleine Åsbakk, Nathalie Fuica Sanchez.

Curator: Ragnhild Aamås

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The master's in fine art (MFA) is a program aiming to offer students the knowledge required to become an independent artist. The aim is also to enable students to be active contributors within contemporary art and related areas of society for a national- and international-level practice.