by FRANCK DUBOIS
6.February 2016, 7pm
6.- 14. Feb. 2016
Gallery is open on weekends, 12-17.
or by appointment.
Born in 1968, Franck Dubois is a french artist based in Normandy, France. His work developed around recurring questions covering interrelated issues such as: attention, time, space and their relationship to the sound that unified them. He began working with the question of temporality through photography in 1992, and gradually the questions turned towards the sound space.
In recent years, two parallel approaches emerged in relation to sound and its representation, and they form the foundation for Franck Dubois' work. The first approach is primarily based on field recordings that highlight the actualy imperceptible sound in our ears (infrasound, ultrasound). The second one is about the contextualization of time, through the creation of an acoustic rendition, in-situ and in real time, of the spatial and temporal landscape.
In both cases, the fundamental element of Franck Dubois' work remains the experience of listening and its temporality that comes with it, both upstream and downstream.
WHAT IS LASTING IN WHAT LASTS #2 (ce qui dure dans ce qui dure)
by JEAN-LUC GUIONNET & LOTUS EDDE-KHOURI
Performance at 9pm, 6. Feb. 2016
Lotus is a dancer and choreographer from France. Her body of work started with the creation of Le Temps l'Emportera, a choreographic piece for two dancers and a light engineer. This performance drove her toward other projects, all of which had a common task, which was to research about the different ways that time and space have to inform each other through the practice of dance and choreography, bending from harmony to discord, dialectic to pure process, autonomy to synergy.
Jean-Luc is a French composer, musician, artist and writer. His musical work subdivides itself into as many ways as occasions arise for him to hink and act with sound. Occasions which has to do with a strong meeting with an outside element, such as an instrument (saxophone/ organ), a theoretical idea, and collaborations with friends.
TIFF, RIDDU RIDDU AT SMALL PROJECTS
ELINA WAAGE MIKALSEN
ALEPPO STRIKES BACK
GEIR TORE HOLM
HORIZON OF ME(ANING)
DI KOPANA KA MERITHI
(via Shadows They Meet)
SCREENING AND TALK BY DINEO SESHEE BOPAPE
JUST PRESS PLAY
SIX RIBBONS OF LIGHT
A ONE NIGHT EVENT
FIDEL: A PERFORMATIVE
WORKSHOP ON CULTURAL AND LIGUISTIC-PEDAGOGIC ETHIOPIAN PRACTICES
JUST PRESS PLAY
CAMILLA R. NICOLAISEN
INTERNATIONAL MUSEOLOGICAL NETWORK
AS DEAFNESS INCREASES
FILMS FROM THE PHILIPPINES
GUEST ARTIST COCKTAIL SERIES
by SIMON DANIEL TEGNANDER WENZEL
supported by the Norwegian Arts Council
THE KALAMPAG TRACKING AGENCY
I DON'T HAVE IDEAS
I DON'T DO RESEARCH
I AM NOT ORIGINAL