TIME IS LOVE.6
I perioden fredag 7. juni 2013 — lørdag 8. juni 2013 på Stiftelsen 3,14 i Bergen (2 forestillinger)
- 07 Juni 19:00 – 08 Juni 12:00
The project aims to consider the work of these artists as part of the global phenomenon that is contemporary art, and asks the audience to reflect upon how the time that led to the production of these works was formed. Since 2008 TIME IS LOVE has presented the most innovative works that bring to the world a refreshing perspective on video art.
Aditi Kulkarni (India) | Anthony Peskine (France) | Bill Millett (UK) | Ciriaca Erre (Switzerland) | Cristina Picchi & Yuval Gerstein (UK) | Danny Germansen (Denmark) | Dellani Lima (Brazil) | Denis Brun (France) | ELASTIC Group (Italy/Spain) | Eugene Perera (UK) | Evelin Stermitz (Austria) | Francesca Fini (Italy) | Gilivanka Kedzior & Barbara Friedman (France) | Isidora Ficovic (Serbia) | Jangyoung Jung (Korea) | Jennida Chase (USA) | Jennifer Abessira (Israel) | Joas Nebe (Germany) | Jonas Nilsson (Sweden) | Joy Whalen (USA) | Kent Anderson Butler (USA) | Kokou Ekouagou (Togo) | Larissa Sansour (Palestine) | Larry Caveney (USA) | Laszlo Laszlo Revesz (Hungary) | Neil Howe (Australia) | Nina Backman (Finland) | Otelo Fabiao (Portugal) | Paul Rascheja (Poland) | Pil & Galia Kollectiv (Israel/UK) | Polina Zioga (Greece) | Rita Casdia (Italy) | Sabrina Osborne (UK) | Sohrab Kashani (Iran) | Tommaso Pedone (Italy) | Tommy Becker (USA) | Tor Jorgen Van Eijk (Norway) | Uma Ray (India) | Yotam Gilad (USA).
About the curator
Kisito Assangni is a Togolese-born French artist, curator and producer who trained at Lomé and Paris. Currently living between London, Paris and Lomé, his artworks primarily question post-globalisation impact and psychogeography. His projects have been shown internationally, including the Whitechapel Gallery, London; Arnot Art Museum, New York; Torrance Art Museum, Torrance, USA; Musée des Arts Derniers, Paris; Malmo Konsthall, Malmo, Sweden; Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney; National Centre for Contemporary Arts, Moscow; Pori Art Museum, Pori, Finland; Lucca Museum, Lucca, Italy among others. In 2012, Assangni attended Museology courses at David Roberts Art Foundation (London) given by Dr Glenn Adamson (Head of research, Victoria & Albert Museum, London) and Prof Carol Siegel (Director, Freud Museum, London). Kisito is the founder/curator of Time is Love Screening and [SFIP] project – Still Fighting Ignorance & Intellectual Perfidy.
- 08 juni- 15:00
Curator Talk, Kisito Assangni
Artist talk, Anne Lise Stenseth
In this presentation of work in progress, Anne Lise Stenseth will talk about the research process and focus on aspects of love connected to the different ‘charachters’ in the ongoing project “quala peri – ara peri”.
”quala peri – ara peri” is an audio-visual work in progress about circumstances connected to the Norwegian writer Dagny Juel Przybyzewska (1967-1901) – four Georgian notebooks from 1988, a cactus and a photo from 1901.
“Never more would she read in his eyes that she was the Sun around which the Earth turned. Never more would she smell the scent of the flowers that his love propagated around her. The flowers were now withered, and the queen’s crown had been torn from her head by the bony hand of death.” From “Fragmenter” 1900 “Sing mir das Lied vom Leben und vom Tode …” As qouted in the text “Floral Motifs in V. Garsin and D. Juel: A Literary Parallel” by Jan Brodal.
• image: “quala peri – ara peri”, digital photo #0049 © Anne Lise Stenseth, 2013.
• ”quala peri – ara peri” is supported by Arts Council Norway.
Anne Lise Stenseth focus on specific themes that questions different aspects of culture, history and the contemporary in her work. Her interests revolves around cultural difference and similarity, otherness, interhuman relationship and antagonism in the social, political, private and public field. Over the past 14 years she has mainly worked with video portraits and audio-visual essays, in which the subject of investigation is either person(s), place(s) or both. Each project or work treats specific themes. The media is, along with video, photography, drawing, sound and text. Stenseth explore different ways of storytelling, from the documentary to the fictional and the projects are presented as mixed media and single or multichannel video installations.
Anne Lise Stenseth is a visual artist educated at Bergen Academy of Art and Design and Oslo National Academy of The Arts. Stenseth has an extensive artistic activity after finishing her academic studies in 1993, both in Norway and abroad, and is represented in several public collections among others, Haugar Vestfold Kunstmuseum, Stavanger Art Museum and Sogn og Fjordane Museum of Fine Art.
For more information welcome to www.annelisestenseth.com