Brynhild Bye-Tiller
 
 
Artistic practice
 

Socially engaged projects

  100 metres
  Ramallah Trondheim Series
  Apertura Namdalseid
  Bridging Zip-Code 65
  Three Ways of Framing
  My home
  Forgo
  These were not chosen
  Things tend to be different than you think
  Invisible Visible
  Women in Health- and Care Work
   
Documentary & Other photographic work
  Away game
  The truth on the ground
  Pstereo
  On/Off stage
  Documenting while caring
  Easter parade behind the wall
  Occupied West Bank Scouts
  Immigrants and refugees to the Nordic countries
  Icelandic Encounters
  Labor Day
  Reykjavik riots
  Subway portraits
   
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Forgo
An art project
 

Short introduction to the exhibition «To have - To own»
"To have - To own" was an exhibition organized by Platform. The base for the activities starts out in the periphery, in being out on the edge, researching the periphery of thoughts. Trying to make local artistic identity and global context meet, in a physical place in Vaasa, Finland. To have - To own wants to shed light on and to expand some of the accumulated cultural and intellectual capital created by the projects and the contemporary art platform has hosted or produced so far. The curatorial task of the project had an experimental touch; it focused on expansion. The strategy was to encourage as much local decision making and participation on all levels possible as well as nurturing all already created networks and knowledge both on local, regional, nordic and international level. Ulrika Ferm had the curatorial responsibility.

Platform - history and concept
Platform is an artist-run initiative founded in 2000. Platform runs a residency program in Vaasa, Finland and is behind the consept. The aim of Platform is to promote, show and be part of producing international contemporary art. The following persons are or have been involved in the organisation of Platform: Maria Ångerman, Albert Braun, Ulrika Ferm, Maria Nordbäck, Jimmy Pulli, Peter Rosvik, Tuomo Väänänen, Hasse Österblad, Hannah Kaihovirta-Rosvik, Eija Leinonen, Marcus Lerviks, Joakim Hansson, Rasmus Hedlund, Maria Lundström and Dragos Alexandrescu.

The Seminar and an external didactic pilot project
Hannah Kaihovirta-Rosvik, from Vaasa who recently graduated as PhD in art as an aesthetic approach to research, has been following the Platform activities closely since the start. By creating performing lectures, arts based learning events and multimodal publications she explores various forms of arts interpretation areas in diverse cultural settings. Her research practice focuses on articulating methods for creating arts, science and education collaboration projects. In 2008 she curated the CFL Istanbul Parasite event in Platform. This year she is invited to contribute to the" To have - To own" publication and exhibition and she will make a didactic pilot project that involve participating artists, the guides at the museums and teachers of aesthetic subjects in the primary and secondary schools in the region. The book, exhibition and didactic pilot project will culminate in a seminar that look at collaborative and artist run cultures as a local resource for development of aestetic and cultural awareness.

See PDF, Fanzine – Et konstdidaktis program av HANNAH KAIHOVIRTE-ROSVIK

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Workshops in Finland and Norway

 

 

A wooden house structure

 

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Inside the wooden house structure

 

 

50 photos and audio recordings

 

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Audio recordings   Home visits & Conversations

 

 

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Workshops in Norway and Finland    
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The embroideries were stretched and sewn together in Trondheim (NO)
           
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The photo and sound installation at KUNTSI Museum of Modern Art in Vaasa (FI)
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The wooden house structure with embroideries    
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The portraits of three selected participants in Finland