Marthe + Tag Team Studio + New Art Club + Berlin Art Week = Bewildered


Marthe Elise was just in Berlin with Tag Team Studio and New Art Club during Berlin Art Week showing a series of work entitled Bewildered. Flower compostitions inspired by the Japanese Ikebana are placed in front of monochrome photographs mounted on the wall. In addition to beeing a three-dimensional still life, the work is an exercise in the phenomena physiological colours.

LIAF announce Venice


Flaggfabrikken member Arne Skaug Olsen, Curator of LIAF 2015 announces artist list at Venice Biennale.

Resident Presentation



Welcome to Christinegård Mansion for a public presentation ofFlaggfabrikken’s current artist in residence group.

17:00 ~ 20:00 October 24th

Formannsvei 3 Bergen, Hordaland

Marthe + Solo x 2 = Oslo


On May 22nd Marthe Elise Stramrud opened her exhibition Crooked Trinkets at Fotogalleriet in Oslo. Simultaneously she is showing the exhibition Sponge Relief at MELK as a dual solo show. Though, each exhibition functions as a separate entity in itself, with MELK showing recently produced work and Fotogalleriet showing Stramrud’s photographs from the period 2011 to 2013.

Read Kunstkritikks review on both exhibitions here:

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Azar makes commission Kunsthall Oslo……Positive Void



The Positive Void
Azar Alsharif, Gardar Eide Einarsson and Matias Faldbakken, Ida Ekblad, Mohamed Ali Fadlabi, FRANK, Kim André Hagen, Lars Laumann, Lotte Konow Lund, Jon Benjamin Tallerås, Fredrik Værslev

To celebrate Morten Krohg’s retrospective and his work with the GRAS group, Kunsthall Oslo is pleased to announce The Positive Void, a series of ten new screenprint commissions from Norwegian artists. The prints are being produced at Fellesverkstedet, and the project will be launched with a temporary flyposted exhibition on the side wall of Møllergata 37 in central Oslo (alongside the shop Flirt – on the pedestrian path between Møllergata and Grubbegata). There will be an open air reception from 7-7.30pm on Friday 4th April, all welcome, refreshments will be served.

The title of the project, ‘The Positive Void’, is taken from Katanyi and Vaneigem’s 1961 Basic Program of the Bureau of Unitary Urbanism, Section Six, ‘All space is already occupied by the enemy…’. The title also describes the process of screenprinting, in which a void on the screen produces a positive imprint.