Tag archive for artist in residency

Helge Norbakken gjestekunstner/artist in residence

Helge Norbakken gjestekunstner/artist in residence

Helge Andreas Norbakken er installert og godt i gang i studio. Han er gjestekunstner hos Madstun i november, og skal jobbe med perkusjons-konsepter i forhold til folkemusikk som forberedelse til samarbeid med Anne Gravir Klykken og Camilla Granlien. I tillegg gjør han en workshop i…

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Interview Fiona Crisp

Interview Fiona Crisp

Fiona Crisp was artist in residence August 2015 and it has taken a while to finish this interview. But now it is here! Skype conversation between Fiona Crisp and Tone Myskja  Tone: You’ve been to Norway twice? One time in 1999 and one time in 2015….

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Anne Karin Jortveit

Anne Karin Jortveit

MADSProsjekt Anne Karin Jortveit Anne Karin Jortveit ble i 2010 invitert til å gjøre et prosjekt for Madstun`s virtuelle prosjektrom (English translation after norwegian text) Anne Karin Jortveit er utdannet ved Statens kunstakademi. I tillegg til å arbeide med egne kunstprosjekter, er hun frilansskribent og gjestelærer ved…

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Anders Vinjar

Anders Vinjar

MADSProsjekt Anders Vinjar Anders Vinjar was part of MOMBI 2010 and guest in our virtual project room the same year. The interview is, unfortunately for english readers, in norwegian. P r o s j e k t r o m: Anders Vinjar i intervju med…

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October view of Woodmuseum

October view of Woodmuseum

The wood sculpture “Tremuseum” was taken down in October and here are some images on a sunny day just before the wood return. The winter is soon here and some of the logs are hopefully already been used in a fireplace somewhere.

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Artist in residency Kamilya Jubran/Werner Hasler

Artist in residency Kamilya Jubran/Werner Hasler

Kamilya Jubran and Werner Hasler was invited to have some new rehearsal time for a new project at Madstun. In 2015 they made the soundtrack for Tone Myskja´s video installation “The Still Point of The Turning World” and the new work they did at Madstun was inspired…

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