2012 summed up

Projects & activities in 2012.

The Documentation, Public Art and Research pages have all been updated, with links to online photo albums. During December 2012 - January 2013 more pages will be added, with information about and documentation of both recent and earlier projects. The photo project "maZine" which was featured on my former website has now been added to this site as a separate page.

Tracking/Tracing: contemporary art from Australia. Jeremy Welsh was curator for the exhibition at Galleri 3,14 Bergen, with work by Nathalie Hartog-Gautier, Kim Lawler and Fiona Foley. (Scroll down the archive page from the link above to find the information on Tracking/Tracing) The exhibition was accompanied by a one-day seminar with guest speakers Cathie Payne, Heidi Nikolaisen, Jill Walker Rettberg, Nathalie Hartog-Gautier and Steven Bode. A catalogue, with introductory essay by Cathie Payne, was issued as en e-book and also in PDF format.

Still from video Bliss by Fiona Foley

Photo by Kim Lawler from the series Between Lines

Nathalie Hartog-Gautier from the series Scanning Memories


Co-curator, together with Bergljot Jonsdottir, for Young and Loving 2012, exhibition at S12 gallery & workshop, and Galleri Format, Bergen.

Stine  Bidstrup installation

Hiromi Takazawa - wall installation

Anna Mlasowsky - video performance "Hand Made" - manipuating hot glass

Petra Thorgren - Historieskrivning / The Writing of History - prints in glass hemispheres

Petra Thorgren, detail

Petra Thorgren, Sunset Series (right) and Julia Malle, Lines of Light (left)

Julia Malle, Lines of Light
Charlotte Potter - Bottled Emotions, performance

Charlotte Pottrer - Bottled Emotions, installation
Mette Colberg - photo from Potraits series

Exhibition in collaboration with Scott Rettberg as part of the start-up of the Re:place project, an art research project developed in collaboration with Oslo Academy of Art and the Grieg Academy, Bergen.

Jeremy Welsh: SMS Bamboo Forest - installation/work in progress

Scott Rettberg, Roderick Coover & Nick Montford: Three Rails Live - generative video narrative

Odds - participated in exhibition shown at several locations in Odda, Hardanger. The work shown was the three-screen video installation Immemorial, first made and shown in 1989 at Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool and more recently exhibited at The Museum of Contemporary Art Strasbourg and Stenersens Museum, Oslo.

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