Exhibitons, art in public space & art projects
The Japan-Norway project is a collaboration with architect Nicolas Crozer, where we look at similarities and inequalities between Japanese and Norwegian traditional wood architecture. Despite the geographical distance between these countries, it is surprisingly many similarities!
We have been on two study trips in Japan, and one in Norway. The project has so far resulted in an exhibition and workshop in Japan, lectures in Norway and a reportage from the trip.
The project is supported by Scandinavia-Japan Sasakawa Foundation and Wood Technology Association in Norway.
Meetings. A photo exhibition about the joy of walking, the happiness of arriving, and about the meetings along the way.
The idea for this photo exhibition came in the wake of a journey along Gudbrandsdalsleden. A journey that made an impression in several ways.
The exhibition took place in the ancient archbishop castle in my hometown Trondheim, and was opened by the cultural minister of Norway.