For a rainy day, publishing as a site of collectivization

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September 17 - October 17, 2017
I was very fortunate to get to participate in the recent PRAKSIS residency, entitled For a rainy day: publishing as a site of collectivization. It's been an intense month of gathering, collecting and carrying one another along individual and collaborative artistic processes. Thanks to all my fellow residents for being so generous and committed to this time together. It's been so meaningful.

Join us in Blaker at the Guttormsgaard Archive, where we will be installing an exhibition and performing some interventions within the archive itself.

Don't rest, narrate (working title)
Guttormsgaards ARKIV, Blaker
Nov 18, 12:00-16:00


Uncertain States of Scandinavia - Out today!


Issue 6 of Uncertain States of Scandinavia is out today. It was a very happy surprise to see my work on the cover. Additional work and a text from me inside. Pick up a copy at the following locations:

• Babel, Trondheim
• Fotogalleriet, Oslo
• Preus museum, Horten
• Aros Aarhus museum of modern art, Aarhus
• Fotografisk Center, København
• Hasselblad Center, Göteborg
• Fotogalleriet Format, Malmö
• Kristiansand Kunsthall
• Stavanger Kunsthall

We Need To Talk

"We Need To Talk"

Show us magic. Be incorrect. Take us to the edge. Tease us. Hurt us. Seduce us. Give us butterflies. Remind us of our ex. Make us desire. Make us hate love. Make us love you.

We Need To Talk is a group exhibition that addresses the subject of love, publicly and unapologetically, sharing the spectrum of experiences love can bring in all its rawness, complexity, warmth and freakiness.

Because this exhibition is meant to be platform for open discussion, the identity of all participating artists will be kept anonymous, even from the curators. In doing so we hope to offer a platform for being as free, suggestive, even gauche as possible to generate some discussion.

This exhibition is organised and curated by Alejandra Torres and Gabrielle Paré.


We Need To Talk is open to the public December 8-11. The exhibition will take place at Galleri Seilduken 2 in Oslo, Norway. This exhibition is a curatorial experiment in authorship, censorship and anonymity.