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Bundlehouse FS Mini No2.JPG
Bundlehouse: FS Mini No.2 (view 2)
Mixed media and found object sculpture 
60.04 cm X 60.96 cm X 60.96 cm
2019
this work will be on view at:
Listening to the Echoes of the South Atlantic
 
Oslo Kunstforening

**The videos, sound-based sculptures, installations, and performances are all connected to the entangled histories of the South Atlantic. The sonic heartbeat of the exhibition is found in socially engaged and historically conscious art practices that extend beyond the strict parameters of visual art, music, or performance.

Listening to the Echoes of the South Atlantic was conceived in response to Selene Wendt’s participation in the the three-year interdisciplinary research project (2018-2020) initiated by the Goethe-Institut, Sao Paulo, Echoes of the South Atlantic. 

 

Participating artists: Cássio Bomfim, Jeannette Ehlers, Anita Ekman, Satch Hoyt, Neo Muyanga & William Kentridge, Camille Norment, Dawit L. Petros, and Nyugen E. Smith.

 

A series of live performances will also take place at Nordic Black Theatre, Oslo throughout the exhibition period:

February 13: Cássio Bomfim. Live intervention of Salve Exu Motoboy 

March 27: Neo Muyanga. Live concert to coincide with William Kentridge’s video Second-hand reading, 2013

April 4: Satch Hoyt. Live performance of Hair Combing Cycle 1530 

 

Additionally, Nyugen E. Smith will do a live performance at the opening on February 6 at Oslo Kunstforening.

 

Click here for the interactive digital exhibition publication, designed by Nadia Huggins.

With generous support from Goethe-Institut, Fritt Ord, Oslo Kunstforening and Nordic Black Theatre.

**Text from theglobalartproject.no 

 

Open from 06.02.2020 to 05.04.2020

Oslo Kunstforening
Rådhusgaten 19
0158 Oslo, Norway

Phone +47 22 42 32 65
post(at)oslokunstforening.no

Opening hours 
Tuesday–Friday 12-17
Saturday–Sunday 12-16
Monday closed

© 2018 nyugen e. smith :: no images or text may be used or reproduced without permission from the artist

photo: pascal bernier