Pile o' Sápmi Supreme

Eidsvollsplass, Oslo
5-6. December 2017

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Pile OSapmi Indre Finnmark Tingrett IrisEgilsdatter copyFoto Iris Egilsdatter

400 bullets, injustice in head, skulls, moving Oslo

Stand with the rock, stand to the bone

Stand with Sápmi

Velkommen til Pile o´Sápmi Supreme in Context. Den 2. desember åpner Tenthaus Oslo dørene for en del av et omfattende verk, Pile o'Sápmi, som ble laget som en protest mot statlig tvangsslakting av rein i Finnmark. Her vil Máret Ánne Sara vise tegninger, et halssmykke av reinaske-porselen og fotografier. Hans Normann Dahl viser verk laget for Altaaksjonen i 1978 og i Tenthaus kino vises et filmprogram kuratert av Máret Ánne Sara som tar for seg arven fra koloniseringen av urfolkssamfunn og viser den pågående kampen for rettigheter. Her vises kortfilmer, musikkvideo og dokumentar av blant annet Mai-Lis Eira, Elle-Máijá Apiniskim Tailfeathers, Aslak Pallto og Elle Sofie Henriksen, i tillegg til fem kortfilmer produsert av OCA under tittelen Thinking at the Edge of the World- Perspectives from the North. I utstillingen vises også rettssaksdokumenter fra saken mot staten som kommer opp i Høyesterett 5-6.desember i Oslo.

Tenthaus samarbeider også med visningen av Pile o´ Sápmi Supreme på Eidsvolls plass i Oslo 5.-6. desember som vil være et bindeledd og knutepunkt mellom den pågående saken, den norske befolkningen, pressen og poltikken. Det blir kunstinstallasjoner, reinhodevandring med A K Dolven, Niilas Somby er tilbake på Eidsvolls plass 38 år etter sultestreiken, opptreden av Sofia Jannok, appeller, soundscape ved Elin Már Øyen Vister og Uyarakq, geriljateater og mer.

Pile o' Sápmi er et sosial engasjert kunstprosjekt som ble laget som en protest mot statlig tvangsslakting av rein i Finnmark – og en oppfordring om debatt rundt det i et stilltiende storsamfunn. Pile o´ Sápmi  visualiserer det dramatiske overgrepet som pågår; et storpolitisk overgrep mot mennesker, kultur og rettigheter – som truer det samiske folk, dens identitet, språk og mulighet til en levende kultur.

Pile o´ Sápmi  belyser saken fra flere hold særlig fra et reindriftssamisk perspektiv. Prosjektet har utviklet seg til å bli en tverrfaglig bevegelse der Máret Ánne Sara henter inn relevant kunst og kunstnere for å fremme bred debatt om samiske rettigheter og den pågående nykoloniseringen.

Et helt nytt arbeid av den den chilenske kunstneren Cecilia Vicuña og Máret Ánne Sara vises i forbindelse med Pile o´Sápmi Supreme. Begge kunstnerne deltok på årets Dokumenta 14.


Bakgrunn

Tvangsredusering til 75 rein. Den 5. desember møter den unge reindriftssamen Jovsset Ánte Sara, lillebroren til kunstneren, i høyesterett mot norske staten. Den unge reineieren har vunnet denne prinsipielle saken i både tingretten i Tana og ved den påfølgende ankerettssaken ved lagmannsretten i Tromsø. De to dommene viser til statlig brudd på eiendomsretten som er vernet av internasjonale menneskerettigheter, samt brudd på internasjonale urfolksrettigheter ved at reindriftsutøveren tvinges til konkurs og dermed bort fra retten til å utøve sin kultur. Ved begge rettsinstansene har staten anket dommen og saken leses som presedenssettende.

Pile o' Sápmi har hittil arrangert et bredt kunstnerisk program for de to foregående rettssakene i Tana og Tromsø.

Pile o'Sápmi Supreme er støttet av URO / KORO, Samerådet og Tenthaus Oslo og realiseres med hjelp fra Samisk Hus, ProsjektorPøblene, SALT, Stortinget og en rekke frivillige.

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Program

PILE O’ SÁPMI SUPREME
Máret Ánne Sara, Cecilia Vicuña, A K Dolven, Hans Normann Dahl, Anders SunnaUyarakq, Elin Már Øyen Vister mfl.

Outdoor artistic program
Eidsvollsplass, Oslo
5-6. December 2017

Pile o´Sápmi Supreme in Context 

Åpning 2. desember kl 14:00

Fra 3 til 17. desember 2017
Exibition and Film and film program  

Tenthaus Oslo, Maridalsveien 3, 0178 Oslo

Artist talk

Máret Ánne Sara, Cecilia Vicuña, A K Dolven in coversation with  Will Bradley
02. desember at Tenthaus Oslo, Maridalsveien 3

The talk will be held in english

Pile o sapmi gif

PILE O’ SÁPMI SUPREME
Máret Ánne Sara, Cecilia Vicuña, A K Dolven, Hans Normann Dahl, Anders Sunna, Uyarakq, Elin Már Øyen Vister, mfl.

Pile o´Sápmi Supreme in Context  Utstilling og filmprogram  
Tenthaus Oslo, Maridalsveien 3, 0178 Oslo
3-17. desember 2017 Åpent tirsdag - søndag 13:00 – 17:00
Åpning 2. desember kl 14:00

Foto: Øystein Thorvaldsen

Foto: Øystein Thorvaldsen

Tenthaus Oslo inviterer til møter med kunst i Høstutstillingen.

Elever fra grunnskoleopplæringen ved Hersleb vgs velger verk. Disse valgene blir utgangspunktet for korte presentasjoner og påfølgende samtaler. 

Dere finner oss i utstillingsrommene:
Tirsdag 26.september 10:00 - 11:15
Onsdag 11.oktober 14:00 - 15:00
Torsdag 12.oktober 10:00 - 11:15

Alle er velkomne!

For å lese om hva Periskop skrev om "Et verk - tre samtaler" klikk her. 

 

StagingtheArtwork 43

 

Amelia Beavis-Harrison

P: is for
Press Politics Propaganda

Welcome to opening, performance and our annual neighbourhood summer party Thursday 31 August!
Opening: 7 pm - 9 pm
Performance: 8 pm
Summer party: 9 pm - 12 pm

Opening 31 August 2017 19.00


Open: 1 -17 Sept 2017
Opening hours: Fri - Sun, 1pm - 5pm
Address: Maridalsveien 3, 0178 Oslo

 

Press Politics Propaganda


Norway is ranked second in the world for press freedom, dating back to 1814, but with worldwide media companies being privately owned, what exactly does this freedom mean. In the UK privately owned press has a dominating right wing agenda, where contributing columnists include the leaders of outwardly racist parties. Freedom of press, suggests freedom of speech, but the twin of this freedom is hate speech. In a careful crafted ‘people orientated’ media, how can we as consumers begin to dissect the news material set before us, and remove the bias from the facts.

The exhibition brings together the connecting threads of politics and the agenda of the printed press, with intersecting works focusing on the forthcoming Norwegian election and select media campaigns. At particular moments during the exhibition performances will activate the props and objects found within the exhibition installation, developing a narrative through provocation.

Amelia Beavis-Harrison is an artist working predominantly with performance installation and video. Her works stem from a deep rooted anger with the current status-quo, often commenting upon politicised situations that are particularly provoking. In 2015 Amelia graduated with an MA from Kunst Akademiet in Oslo, since then she has exhibited and performed internationally in institutions such as Prague National Gallery (2015), Munchmuseet i bevegelse (2016), Luda, St Petersberg (2016), Floodlight Foundation, Delhi (2016). Later this year Amelia will be developing a piece about women breaking out of traditional roles for Creative Black Country, UK.

This exhibition is supported by Norske Billedkunstnere (NBK) and Kulturrådet.

Live Election Swing

11 September 19.00-00.00

The Live Election Swing is a social and performative event, bringing together all your election nerves under one roof. Follow the election results as they come in live and see just how far that swing is going to be. A parallel commentary to the election results will forecast the future of the country. Join us for fun and flavour with special election themed drinks. 

 

Election

 

 

INGENMANNSLAND 

ALEKSANDER JOHAN ANDREASSEN
 
JOHAN URBAN BERGQUIST / Count Pukebeard
 
JOHAN SÖDERSTRÖM 

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Open: 28 April - 21 May 2017
Opening hours: Fri - Sun, 1pm - 5pm
Address: Maridalsveien 3, 0178 Oslo

Performance: Sun 21 May at 2 pm and 3 pm: Johan Urban Bergquist presents
Count Pukebeard - Industrial Noise for Industrious People

Preview:  Thursday 27 April  7 pm - 9 pm
Performance at 7.45pm and 8.45 pm: Johan Urban Bergquist presents
Count Pukebeard - Industrial Noise for Industrious People

 

Grønske

Welcome to the opening of Grønske by Kirsty Kross and Kristine Halmrast Thursday 28 September! 

Open: 29 Sept - 22 Oct 2017
Opening hours: Fri - Sun, 1pm - 5pm
Address: Maridalsveien 3, 0178 Oslo

Opening: 6 pm - 8 pm

GRØNSKE*
In Grønske, Kristine Halmrast and Kirsty Kross have taken the opportunity of exhibiting together to look at what they deem as their individual projects´ common denominator. “Grønske” alludes to those microscopic living organisms that live with us, challenging our idea of order and system. In Grønske both artists are looking at perspectives and analysis of the world that cannot be reduced to any systematic truth or reality but to an experience and reference to something deep within ourselves. 

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Photo: Øystein Thorvaldsen 

Gaddafi & Sons.

Kim Jong IL and the ballot.

Kristine Halmrast exhibits a video work and a series of photographs related to her theme of dreams and media realities. Her artistic method is derived from her dream world by recreating videos and photographs of images she encounters in it. Her dreams are affected by her semi-conscious awareness as she listens to current events on the radio as she drifts into sleep. The reconstructions she shows us are more than a reflection of the self, they are an expression of the human mind´s unconscious dialogue with current events.

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Photo: Øystein Thorvaldsen 

Cocktails & Dreams

The Cocktails & Dreams installation, reminiscent of a cocktail bar, is the result of a series of workshops with the artist at Hersleb School. The majority of participants in this project originate from areas where water is scarce due to conflict and climate change. The Cocktails & Dreams cocktail bar will be serving water only and holding a disco during the course of the exhibition to celebrate water, a life giving element taken for granted in Norway. 

Kirsty Kross has focused on the way in which immigrants perceive beauty and the sublime. Her inspiration is taken from Knud Bull´s work in colonial Australian landscape painting. Knud Bull was convicted and extradited to an Australian penal colony by Great Britain. His landscape paintings from 1850s Australia can be seen as a memory of the Norwegian landscape. 


About the artists

Kristine Halmrast (1982) lives and works in Oslo. She finished her MA at the Academy of Art in Bergen (Khib) in 2011. Her works have been exhibited at Bergen Kunsthall (Bergen), Kino Cinema (Sandnes), Small Projects (Tromsø), 7000IS Reinderland (Reykjavik), Silverlens Gallery (Singapore), Hangar (Barcelona), Oslo Screen Festival, Autumn Exhibition and Photo Gallery (Oslo).

Kirsty Kross (1974) studied Art History at the University of Queensland and has an MA in Art in Context from Berlin University of the Arts. Her works have been exhibited at Østlandsutstillingen, Bergen Assembly, Kunstnernes Hus and PINK CUBE in Oslo, Parkhaus Projects, Galerie Crystal Ball and Galerie Walden in Berlin as well as Galerie Daeppen in Zurich.
In 2000 Kirsty Kross initiated Team Plastique, an electro punk cabaret music and performance group.


*"Grønske" connotates the colour green in its core meaning. This Norwegian word is not easily translatable to English but some examples to clarify this word can be seen in the greeness of spreading alga, unwanted low growing plants, grass marks on clothes, slimy stones, mould on textiles, weeds in murky ponds and generally unwanted living dirt. The origins of the word are from pre-viking times and can be seen as an attempt to classify the natural world´s unwanted insistence that it is the uncontainable basis of human endevour. Helen Eriksen

This exhibition is supported by Norwegian Visual Artists Remuneration Fund (BKV)