This installation project by Brandon LaBelle, Professor in New Media, will be held at the Nordic Embassy, Berlin, as part of Transmediale, festival of digital culture on 27 January - 3 February, 2013.
Bergen Academy of Art and Design wishes all partners and contacts a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Pedro Gómez-Egaña, Research Fellow at Bergen Academy of Art and Design, conducts his Viva Voce on his artistic research project “Calligraphies” on 23 October in Bergen.
KHiB's Rector, Paula Crabtree, has newly been appointed Vice President of the Executive Group for the period 2012-2014.
The book "Tech-Stiles", and the exhibition by the same name, shows the results of the artistic research project "Future Textiles" by Professor Hilde Hauan Johnsen, Associate Professor Jon Pettersen and Assistant Professor Ingrid Aarset. Rector Paula Crabtree and Professor in Research and Development, Søren Kjørup, are among the contributors in the book.
Assistant professor Liv Andrea Mosdøl has illustrated Kari Bremnes's latest CD, which was released in mid-September 2012.
The artistic research project "Re:place" explores "place" through a series of different artistic projects as well as discursive events. In connection with the "Re:place" startup seminar, Jeremy Welsh and Scott Rettberg will be opening an exhibition in Rom 8 on 5 October at 6pm, featuring a range of works in video, sound, photography and text.
Frame publishers in Amsterdam has just launched a new book called "Masterclass Product Design. Guide to the World's Leading Graduate Schools". KHiB is one of the schools featured.
Professor Jorunn Veiteberg moderates this seminar which takes place at KHiB on 23-24 November 2012.
From 16 to 24 November, MA student in Fine Art Johnny Herbert has a performance-installation 'New' 'Work' in Huddersfield Art Gallery as part of the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival.
KHiB-Professor Heli Rekula's videoinstallation "Room #2" (2008) is presented in "The 7th Wave – Wihuri and Visual Art" exhibition at Helsinki Kunsthalle from 20 October to 25 November 2012.
"Aesthetics of Resistance: An investigation into performative politics of contemporary activism" is the title of Professor Frans Jacobi's doctoral dissertiation at Malmö Art Academy, Lund University which took place on 5 December. The exhibition is open until 21 December.
Brandon LaBelle, Professor in New Media, organises the "Dirty Ear Forum" on sound, multiplicity and radical listening from 18 till 20 January in Berlin. An exhibition presenting the results will be open in the period 27 January - 3 February.
A group of international exchange students at KHiB have gathered for this project, wanting to show their fellow students, tutors and the public what they've been up to during their time in Bergen.
Assistant professors in New Media, Ellen Røed og Kjersti Sundland, are two of the artists participating in the exhibition "The ritual of walking in a circle" at S12 in Bergen, Friday 2 November at 7 pm.
Professor in Visual Art, Eamon O'Kane, shows paintings at the exhibition 'Neues Bauen' at Gregory Lind Gallery in San Fransisco from 3 January to 16 February.
An exchange exhibition between students from Stuttgart State Academy of Art and Design and Fine Art students from KHiB takes place from 21 to 28 November.
MA student Johnny Herbert has curated the exhibition at gallery KNIPSU on 1 October. Among the artists are MA student Marit Tunestveit Dyre and former students Tolga Balci and Cecilia Jonsson.
In spring 2012, Bergen Kunsthall presented the group exhibition "Brannon, Büttner, Kierulf, Kierulf, Kilpper", with professor Annette Kierulf and Assistant Professor Caroline Kierulf. The exhibition catalogue is now published in a richly illustrated, sophisticated magazine format.
The exhibition "Tech-Stiles", with works of Professor Hilde Hauan Johnsen, Associate Professor Jon Pettersen and Assistant Professor Ingrid Aarset, opens at Nordnorsk kunstmuseum on 13 October 2012 at 2 pm. The exhibition continues through 20 January 2013. "Tech-Stiles" was also the opening exhibition at the new Sogn og Fjordane kunstmuseum from 8 - 29 September.