Playfully overlapping the fields of exhibition design, performance and sculptural practice Anders and Marianne have created a flexible screening room within the gallery. Over four weeks in July they will showcase a selection of Norwegian films spanning the post war/pre-petrol era from 1948-1981. These seldom seen Norwegian films are paired each night with a selection of contemporary Norwegian video art.
Please join us on Friday, July 6 for an opening reception and introduction to the series by Anders and Marianne followed by Variations of Max by Helene Sommer (2010) and Motforestilling by Erik Løchen (1972). Doors at 6pm screening at 7.30pm. Space for Art and Industry is air-conditioned and refreshments are served.
Marianne Zamecznik is a curator, writer and exhibition designer, based in Oslo and Berlin. From 2007-2010, Marianne was curator of exhibitions at 0047, an independent project space for art and architecture in Oslo. Her most recent projects include ‘The Feast’, at the European Culture Congress in Wroclaw and ‘The Space Between Us’, made in collaboration with the Modern Museum of Warsaw. In 2011 she was on the curatorial committee for Momentum 2011. She is a regular contributor to CURA magazine, Billedkunst and Kunsthåndverk.
Anders Smebye is an artist based in Berlin. From 2005-2010 he ran the project space Bastard in Oslo. Recently he curated the exhibitions´Kameraderi´, W17, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, ‘Monumento Mori’ at Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art and ‘Robert Smithson’ (co-curated with Lina Viste Grønli) at Fotogalleriet in Oslo. Recent solo exhibitions include ´Vinland´, Valenzuela Klenner Galeria, Bogotá, Columbia, ´Dor er Dor´, Gallery D.O.R., Brussels, Belgium and ´Untitled (Sons of Norway)´, Studioline, Malmø.