72-hour Audio Happening by Julvian Ho: 3pm, 8 Apr – 3pm, 10apr (Fri – Sun, CET, streamed from Hong Kong) Video Performance by Ivy Ma: 3pm, 9 Apr (Sat, CET, streamed from Birmingham) Live Performance by Yarli Allison: 4pm, 9 Apr (Sat, CET, at The GYM, LKV)
Yarli Allison, Au Wah Yan, Julvian Ho, Jamsen Law, Lee Suet Ying, Ivy Ma, Elaine Wong and Leo Wong
Curated by Jamsen Law Supported by HKADC Presented by nProjekt Hosted by Lademoen Kunstnerverksteder
A new journey of a nomadic series An exhibition attempts to advance lines Under lines of the imprinted traces of tangible memories Under lines of the drifts before and after Under lines of the indulgence of hearing Under lines of the naturally formed Under lines of the uncontrollable (re)shaping Under lines of the adjusted sights Under lines of the uncertainty from the semi-translucent An united expedition on brighter days
Welcome to the presentation by guest artist Samuel Brzeski (UK/NO), whose practice deals with the post-digital swirl of language. He is a Bergen-based artist and is in residence at Lademoen Kunstnerverksteder (LKV) until the end of April.
Where: LKV’s small project room When: March 30, 13:00 – 14:00 Language: English
Between 1-24 April he will have a solo exhibition titled ‘Performance Anxiety’ at Babel Visningsrom, which investigates practices of speed reading and subvocalisation. The exhibition is part of Meta.Morf, Trondheim International biennale for art and technology. __ Samuel Brzeski, originally from London, is currently based in Bergen, Norway. He studied English Literature at the University of Sheffield, Fine Art at The Bergen Art Academy and participated in the Mountain School of Arts, Los Angeles. Recent and ongoing projects include exhibitions, performances and publications with Lydgalleriet (Bergen), Østre (Bergen), Studio 17 (Stavanger), bb15 (Linz), Inversia Festival (Murmansk), KRAFT (Bergen), Galleri Box (Gothenburg), and Chao Art Centre (Beijing).
Photo of Brzeski: Thor Brødreskift Photo of work: Samuel Brzeski, ‘Just be glad it’s not you’ from the exhibition ‘Polar inertia’ at Galleri Box, Gothenburg 2022.
Date: Thursday March 17 Time: 12:00 – 16:00 Venue: Lademoen kunstnerverksteder, physical attendance For whom: Artists and small galleries Sign up: E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.orgMarch 14 to sign up. Participants: Max 30 Course leader: Johanne Nordby Wernø, St. Hans Kommunikasjon Free of charge Language: Norwegian
Social media – Facebook, Instagram and other channels for two-way communication – has become a necessary part of the toolbox for anyone who wants to reach out to the public, the press and other stakeholders.
In this course, participants learn more about the singularity of these channels, and we go through what a small business (individual artist or viewing venue) can gain from good use of them. The participants further learn how to create a simple communication plan for the business in general and get good routines for the use of social media.
The emphasis is on understanding important principles for good communication in social media and acquiring the routines for applying them well – even when you have little or no staff. Everyone gets templates and other tips for simple, but useful tools for creating and publishing good material.
We also look at examples from companies both in and outside the art field and analyze why they are effective, and the participants focus on exercises with their own actual business as a case.
The course is a collaboration between VISP and Lademoen Kunstnerverksteder and is supported by Trondheim municipality. __ Johanne Nordby Wernø (b. 1980) is a curator, writer and critic. In 2019, she started St. Hans, Norway’s first communication agency for the visual arts field.
Wernø has a BA in aesthetic theory from the University of Oslo (2006) and an MFA in criticism and curation at Konstfack in Stockholm (2009). She has written for the Norwegian and international daily and trade press, both as a journalist and as a critic since the turn of the millennium. Her texts have been published in Morgenbladet, Dagbladet, Vinduet, Billedkunst, Kunstkritikk, Klassekampen, Dagens Næringsliv / D2, Natt & Dag, Artforum (USA), Even Magazine (USA) and ArtReview (Great Britain). From 2013 to 2016, she was the general manager and curator of the Young Artists’ Society (UKS). She has also freelanced as a curator, guest teacher, editor, lecturer and debate moderator, been a deputy cultural attaché for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in New York, and has held editorial positions in the Nordic art magazine Kunstkritikk.