The application period for our editing suite in the studio building Olaf Ryes plass 2 has begun! This round is for januar, february and march 2019, deadline on the 14th of december 2018 at 11.00.
The editing suite is available for artists that want to work with image editing, video-, sound-, 3D- or web based projects for a short period of time. For more information about equipment and software, see the project space page her. Unfortunately, Atelier Nord cannot offer training in the use of software packages.
A stay in the editing suite has a duration of one or two weeks. We’ll try and match requested dates as far as possible.
Click herefor the application form.
The jury has completed its work on this year’s open call for Atelier Nord ANX. The aim of the open call is to provide an opportunity to show experimental, technology-driven art project for artists living in Norway. Our open call allows us to reach artists that we wouldn’t have come into contact with through other means. This year we received a total of 56 applications, many of which came from well-qualified artists.
We would like to extend our thanks to all the applicants. The number and quality of applications allowed for exciting and varied discussions among the jury (Ida Lykken Ghosh, Mattias Härenstam, Synne Tollerud Bull and Nicholas Norton). After careful consideration of every application individually and collectively, the jury has decided to award the exhibition slot to Victoria Durnak. Read more »
Dates: 23.11. – 06.01.19
Location: Atelier Nord ANX, Olaf Ryes plass 2 (entrance Sofienberggata).
Opening hours: Thursday and Friday 15-18, Saturday and Sunday 13-18.
«…You see and experience things, and then you say to yourself that you’d like to be excused from remembering, so you capture an image» – Steinar
Please join us for the exhibition opening on Thursday 22.11.18, 7 PM.
The film starts every hour and every half-hour during opening hours.
Again, through the Heart is a dual channel video installation by Helene Sommer, based on an extensive archive of moving images and photographs by her great-uncle, Steinar (1922 – 2018). Read more »