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Seven Artists – Seven Colours (2020)
 
Artist collaboration during Covid-19 & Book & Public events & Exhibition
 

NORWAY: How can artists collaborate during the COVID-19 pandemic by using digital platforms?

Seven professional artists started a project during the Covid-19 pandemic. In weekly video conferences and messenger conversations, they shared their stories and explored new ways of working together. After five months they launched a book about their professional use of and awareness of colour, as well as using text and digital tools as a material. They explored their personal relationship to, or lack of relationship to colours.

The artists were Marianne Mo, Elisabet Alsos Strand, Ann Lundstrøm, Anita I. Wollamo, Kristina Karlsen, Brynhild Bye-Tiller and Anne Helga Henning.


The book "Seven Artists – Seven Colours" 2020.

 


Book launch September 20th 2020. Lademoen Kunstnerverksteder, Trondheim.

Book launch September 20th 2020. Lademoen Kunstnerverksteder, Trondheim.

Book launch September 20th 2020. Lademoen Kunstnerverksteder, Trondheim.

Book launch September 20th 2020. Lademoen Kunstnerverksteder, Trondheim.

Trondheim Art Book Fair 2020. TKM Gråmølna. October-November 2020.


ARTISTIC WORK BRYNHILD BYE-TILLER. The photographic series "Frontline Cleaning Workers" was exhibited in the artist' home during the Art Festival "Trondheim Open", October 2020.

Artist talk, Feministhuset, Trondheim. March 3rd 2021.


 
PUBLIC EVENTS    

Book launch:
Sunday September 20th 2020. Lademoen Kunstnerverksteder, Trondheim.

Exhibition: Photographic series "Frontline Cleaning Workers". Hans Hagerupsgate 4, 7012 Trondheim. October 2020.

Artist talk: Feministhuset, Trondheim. March 3rd 2021.



  Document archive:
Press release book launch. In Norwegian Only.
Facebook-tekster om sju kunstnere. In Norwegian Only.

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The project "Seven Artists – Seven Colours" were supported by Trondheim municipality and Torsteins Erbos Gavefond.