Supermarket art fair 2012

17.02 – 19.02 2012
Kulturhuset, Stockholm

For Supermarket 2012, KNIPSU will conduct a workshop under the title ‘Thank you for listening’ together with the artist group Ytter (consisting of Julie Lillelien Porter, Anne Marthe Dyvi and Anngjerd Rustand). As a starting point for the dialogues and works, the ‘ethical side of being a wealthy oil nation, and the consequences this has for artists and art in Norway’ will be discussed. The workshop will deal with thematically linked keywords such as power, economy, authority and guilt through fortune telling, conversations, performance and visual artworks.

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This event was produced with generous support from the Norwegian Arts Council, Bergen City, OCA and Nordic Culture Point.

Ytter is an independent online art magazine based in Bergen, Norway. We publish features, documentation and more, often related – but not limited to – the regional art scene. Ytter is also an artist group initiating and participates in many different art projects. Please visit YTTER online

Ytter consists of:Anngjerd Rustand (b.1982). MA in fine art from Bergen National Academy of the Arts (KhiB), spring 2010. BA in fine art/printmaking, KhiB and Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm. Editorial member of the literary journal Vagant. Started and ran the project space Borderline Centre for Foreign Contemporary Art with Eva Beierheimer.

Anne Marthe Dyvi (b.1979) Bærum, Norway. MA in fine art from Fine Art at Bergen National Academy of the Arts (khib). Bachelor in fine art from Khib (section for ceramics) 1998-2000 The Royal Danish Academy of fine Arts School of Architecture in Copenhagen. Works part time at BEK; Bergen Center for Electronic Arts as artistic developer.
Member of BKFH and NBK.

Julie Lillelien Porter (b.1975), Plymouth UK. Practicing visual artist and freelance writer, educated at KHIB, dep. of Fine Art, and Glasgow School of Art, dep. of Sculpture & Environmental Art. Julie is especially interested in independent, self-organised projects, processes and ideas within the field of fine art. She also writes book reviews for the Norwegian art magazine KUNSTforum.