Alexander Rishaug in Conversation
With Angus Carlyle
Please join us for an artist talk with Alexander Rishaug on Sunday December 3rd 1:00 PM at Atelier Nord. The conversation will be led by artist and professor at the University of the Arts London, Angus Carlyle, and will explore the relationship between landscape, sound and politics in Rishaug’s artistic practice.
This event will begin with a listening session in the gallery, where we will listen through Rishaug’s installation Transmission of the Unforeseen, which has a duration of 35 minutes. Around 13:40, we will move to Atelier Nord’s third-floor office for the discussion itself.
Alexander Rishaug is an artist and composer based in Oslo. He is known for his experimental approach at the intersection of art, research, and music. He is particularly interested in how sound and listening can provide insight into the forces that change a given place over time.
Angus Carlyle is an artist and professor of sound and landscape at the University of the Arts London. Carlyle studied law and holds a master’s degree in political theory and a doctorate on the conditions of vocal political exchange. His practice alternates between a documentary impulse and a more poetic approach, often starting with experimental writing and field recordings.
The conversation will be held in English. We would also like to note that our building is without elevator access.