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Archives > News (2020)
 
New art project in progress! September 2020

KINTSUGI is a collaboration between the visul artist Brynhild Bye-Tiller and organizations within prevention and mental health in Norway. Through photography as a method of participation, Kintsugi will investigate the role of relatives in various life crises. Participants with experience from being a relative are invited to create an outdoor exhibition in a public space Trondheim city center in June 2021 and a book launching October 10th 2021.

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New book! "Sju kunstnere – Sju farger", September 20th 2020

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New book! Icelandic topography Vol II June 20th 2020

This book contains 66 double-page colour photographs. The images describe the topography of Iceland, the surface, shapes, colours, and features of an area. The artist Brynhild Bye-Tiller has traveled across the country several times. In this book, she has tried to find images that, in her mind, represent Iceland. You can see moss-covered lava fields, grey raw contorted basalt columns, blue glacier ice lagoons, spotted moraines ridges, layered hillsides, sulphur deposits, massive waterfalls, red geothermal pools and geysers, deep gorges, beaches with black volcanic sand, and colours like nowhere else. These colour pallets are created by the vulcanic rocks and sub-arctic vegetation, water in various forms, rivers, lakes and glaciers. Pure sulfur create yellow colours. The common basaltic rocks have dark colours from iron and magnesium rich minerals. Oxygen from the atmosphere react with the iron and create red and brown coloured surface minerals.

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Pop up exhibition in my window – Print sales of art


Yrkesgruppen kunstnere i det visuelle kunstfeltet rammes hardt av koronakrisen og koronatiltakene. Alle kulturarrangement, oppdrag og utstillinger er avlyst. Kunstnere er lavtlønnet og ekstra sårbare. Andre arbeidstakere har omfattende permitteringsordninger. Kunstnere har ikke den muligheten og står helt uten sikkerhetsnett med en gjennomsnittlig inntekt på 89 000 kroner i året. Bli med og støtt kunstnerne! Her sees et utvalg utstilte bilder fra kunstner Brynhild Bye-Tiller som nå legges ut for salg.

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NEW BOOK!: East Jerusalem, Palestine (Opens in New Window)

A book about Jerusalem with text by Balqees Rjoub (PS), photographs by Brynhild Bye-Tiller (NO) and translation by Nariman Sharawneh (PS).

Feature and details: Size standard landscap 10x8 in, 25x20 cm. 70 pages. Hardcover, Dust Jacket

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LATEST EXHIBITION: Participatory observation and documentary methods in Edit Palestine

The exhibition contained: One photographic series with 19 large format color photographs, an assembly with photography and text, a text-based workshop, a lecture and a book.

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