Peter and I working on drawings for a collaborative show in March 2015. We each pick a theme every other week and create 2D works based on the themes. There are 30 weeks from when we started until March. The idea is to keep each other disciplined and create a body of work.
Videoscape is a film and video screening inspired by Nicolas Party's exhibition Landscape. Landscape combines site-specific installations, paintings and drawings inspired by Stavanger artist Lars Hertervig (1830 - 1902) to create a new landscape within Kunsthall Stavanger's five galleries. The exhibition comprises both artworks and stagings of events, where the audience is invited to understand the kunsthall as a place for social interaction and participation.
Videoscape presents five video
works that offer an exploration of different types of landscapes; the
film and video landscape, the natural landscape, the cultural landscape
and the urban landscape. By utilizing film and video, the artists
examine what happens at the intersection of time and space, nature and
culture, the conscious and unconscious, and between "them" and "us".
Steina and Woody Vasulka, In The Land Of The Elevator Girls, 1989
Ryn Wilson, Parallel Realms, 2012-2013
Mikhail Basov, Free Movements, 2012
Maya Deren, Meshes of the Afternoon, 1943
Chaj Hertog and Nir Nadler, Harvest, 2013
is part of a series of events in Nicolas Party's exhibition Landscape,
organized by different people involved at Kunsthall Stavanger.
Videoscape is organized by Astrid Helen Windingstad, art historian and
volunteer at the kunsthall.