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The works collected in CONTEMPORARY IMAGINARY ISSUES explores sensations related to identity conflicts and personal cognitive dissonance by a carefully picked team of artists.

The represented artists view their art both as a response to sociocultural identity politics, and as an investigation of how art brings us closer to modern human behavior. Through different mediums, such as video installations, audio, visual art and performance works, the exhibition in its context addresses the vulnerability of human existence in its social and cultural contexts and examines power, truth and interpersonal structures in the private sphere.


Mohammed Aden Ali
Birgitte Fink Andersen
Julie Bunimowicz
Alfred Ekker Strande
Mie Korsbakken Christensen
Filip Kremner
Miriam Kirsten-Maria Majcherek
Jenny Mueni Ndunda
Erik Pelin
Mina Salomonsen Try

To believe those artists are first year BA acting students is a serious matter of marginalization and a violent cementation of hierarchies.

Place and time: Galleri Seilet, Fossveien 24, Wednesday 8th of June, between 17:00-19:00