PrøveRommet inntar det kunstnerdrevne galleriet KNIPSU.
Kveldens utstilling og program er kuratert av Johnny Herbert.
Sandra Mujinga, based in Malmö, uses online distribution platforms for music as source material for her works, pulling from the overflow of sharing and access to both media and means of media production. For the duration of the exhibition, Mujinga will sing for you, the only condition being that you will engage with her through Skype.
G. DOUGLAS BARRETT
G. Douglas Barrett’s work considers music as part of a critical arts practice in which performance and conceptuality figure as integral components. Drawing equally from the contemporary gallery arts and the performing arts traditions, Barrett has exhibited, performed, and published throughout North America and Europe. In 2009 Barrett received a DAAD research grant to Berlin; he is also the recipient of a 2012-13 Franklin Furnace Fund grant. Barrett has obtained advanced degrees from California Institute of the Arts (MFA) and the State University of New York at Buffalo (Ph.D.).
Lives and works in Bergen.
Master in Fine Art, Kunst og Designhøgskolen i Bergen 2012.
MARIT TUNESTVEIT DYRE
Marit Tunestveit Dyre is currently a second year master student at Bergen Academy of Art and Design. The work she is presenting relates to how it can be perceived to be in social situation or setting, which might be uncomfortable for the others as well as you.
Cecilia Jonsson’s research resides in the tension between the living and the inanimate. Two binary oppositions, in which she searches for related or interconnected techniques, base materials and behavioural differences. Her intention is to signify how they can intersect and collaborate into audio-visual and spatial examinations. The results are often intricate constructions that negotiate the fertile ground between empirical research and artistic practice where art and technology meet environmental concerns. Cecilia Jonsson has an MA from Bergen Academy of Art and Design and as participant in the Nordic Sound Art MFA program.
Kollisjonsindeks is Hild Borchgrevink, Tor Kristian Liseth, Øystein Nesheim, Roar Sletteland, Thorolf Thuestad and Øyvind Ådland.
Stephan Meidell utilizes the guitar and bass together with preparations, boxes and amplifiers in both sound sculpting, progressive kraut, noise rock and electro acoustical music. Current projects include The Sweetest Thrill, Krachmacher, Cakewalk, Vanilla Riot, Velkro and his own slowly-developing solo material. He is also a music critic and curator for new and experimental music.
Alwynne Pritchard is a composer and performer and is artistic director of the Borealis festival in Bergen.
Johnny Herbert studied composition at the Royal College of Music in London and the University of Huddersfield.
This year he is finishing his masters degree in fine art at the Bergen Academy of Art and Design.
PRØVEROMMETS HØSTSESONG 2012:
1. oktober: KNIPSU
21. oktober: Logen Teater – Prøverommet Dans!
5. november: Kafe Krystall
19. november: BIKS
3. desember: Bergen Kjøtt
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