Avgang 2018: A Retrospective Refuge of the Practice-Based Research Process
Detroit Kunsthalle is proud to present its first curated production for MAPS and the Oslo National Academy of the Arts (KHiO) titled A Retrospective Refuge of the Practice-Based Research Process.
Detroit Kristensen | Detroit Kunsthalle
...cold water, always cold water. Too cold. But it feels so good. That’s how it’s always been here. Pale toes in freezing water. Bare legs, sock-marks on ankles, in freezing water. Sinking slowly, into the fine-grained sand.
Kristensen welcomes you to the MFA-thesis exhibition A Retrospective Refuge of the Practice-Based Research Process. The exhibition takes it starting point in the ongoing project Detroit Kunsthalle - an artist initiated- and run laboratory. The laboratory will be physically anchored at an eight-meter-long and three-meter-wide plot of shoreline in Lurahammeren located along the Norwegian west coast, where Kristensen's grandparents used to live. The plot has been donated to the art project Detroit Kunsthalle for the purpose of artistic exploration within the field of art and public space. The concept of Detroit Kunsthalle is used as form, format, source and material.
May 31 - June 3
Lokomotivhallen - Middelalderparken, Bispegata 16
Opening: May 31 at 7 pm
Introduction by Apolonija Šušteršič
Traust Catalog Launch, Introduction by Stefan Schröder
Talk: Sunday 3 June at 3pm
Conversation between Bo Krister Wallström and Detroit Kristensen
Press Contact: Tone Bjerkaas
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The event is part of Avgang 2018: Traust
This year’s degree exhibition, presents work by five graduating students from the MFA programme Art and Public Space, and nineteen graduating students from the MFA programme Medium and Material Based Art.
Photo: John Trygve Tollefsen © 2018