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Open Forum: Ane Graff

Open Forum: Ane Graff

Time: Monday April 8 at 19.00. Soup and student beer from 18.00. Khartoum is open 17:00-00:00.
Place: Khartoum Contemporary Art Center, Bernt Akers Gate 17. @Khartoum Contemporary Art Center

Ane Graff's artistic practice is informed by feminist new materialisms’ re-thinking of our material reality, in which a relational and process-oriented approach to matter - including the matter of living bodies - plays an integral part. Within this framework, her primary focus is on human and non-human relationships; viewing human beings as part of an expansive, material network, stretching inside and outside of our bodies. She believes that the need to think and act differently is urgent due to climate change. Her practice is inspired by the refusal of the idea of fixed identities, discrete entities and solid objects. Dissolving the idea of a solid object by showing its many narratives of coming-into-existence, its continuous relationships and entangled ways of being, is a way to try to present materiality differently.

Ane Graff lives and works in Oslo, Norway. She graduated from Bergen National Academy of the Arts in 2004 and currently holds a position of research fellow at the Oslo Academy of Fine Art. Recent exhibitions include "Soon Enough: Art in Action", Tensta Konsthall (2018), Stockholm; “Myths of the Marble”, Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, Oslo, and the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia (2017); the 11th Gwangju Biennale “The Eighth Climate (What Does Art Do?)”, Gwangju (2016); and ”Surround Audience -The New Museum Triennial 2015", NY. Graff is taking part in the upcoming exhibition "Weather Report –Forecasting Future", shown at the Nordic Pavilion at the 58th Venice Biennale (curated by Piia Oksanen and Leevi Haapala at KIASMA).

Open forum is a student run initiative from the Academy of Fine Art in Oslo that runs at Khartoum Contemporary Art Center (KCAC). Open Forum seeks to create a meaningful exchange of ideas and a dynamic space for dialogue and debate between art students, artists and others. The talks are structured around different topics, from those closer to artistic and curatorial practices to other of social and political relevance.