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Location: Jazzforum Hadeland
VEIN Trio: Jazz concert by Pro Helvetia
Location: Jazzforum, Oslo
VEIN Trio has gained a brilliant reputation among jazz audiences for both the stylistic diversity and the technical performance of its music.
Location: Jazzklubb Arendal
A lecture with Nadine Wietlisbach «Tacos and cherries, Perspectives on interlinking curatorial and discursive practices on Fotomuseum Winterthur».
Location: Fotogalleriet Oslo 18:00 - 20::00
From January to February 2020, Fotogalleriet will look more closely at the photobook as an exhibition space.
Location: Fotogalleriet, Oslo
Location: Piksel Studio, Bergen
Settimana italiana 2019, Italian Institute for Culture Oslo
Location: Italian Institute for Culture Oslo
The band Menschenstoff uses improvisation and Neue Musik but also Musique concrète, Industrial and Noise to create a unique laboratorium that brings together extraordinary soundscapes and conceptual ideas. They play the harpe, carbon-cello, drums and electronics to originate a new style of music.
Location: Ultima, Oslo Contemporary Music Festival 2019
After we had already been working with the Karl Seglem & Christoph Stiefel Group about 5 years ago at the Jazz Festival Molde (NO) 2x with Monsterjazz performed, we are now for the summer 2019 at two other, very renowned jazz festivals in Norway, we have invited our unique, interactive children's jazz program "Monsterjazz" to play : am Kongsberg Jazz Festival and Oslo Jazz Festival.
Location: Kongsberg Jazz Festival - Oslo Jazz Festival
The Swiss artist Dieter Roth lived in the small town of Seyðisfjörður, on the east coast of Iceland during the latter period of his life. During this time he created a slide installation, which was a form of portrait of the town. For 2019 Skaftfell will re-stage this work in the building where it was first shown, and consider the relationship between its local relevance and its place within a wider art historical context, as well as exploring Roth's legacy within present day contemporary art.
Location: Seyðisfjörður (Iceland) - Skaftfell Center for Visual Art and Angró, The Technical Museum of East Iceland
PORTA CHIUSA part one is an interdisciplinary performance that combines two film projections, a spoken-word text, and a live musical performance. It is based on the conflict that we are experiencing at the beginning of the 21st century, namely that of a world built upon national states, in which people are still not treated equally; in which we still speak about color and race; in which nutrition, health and access to education are still greatly conditioned by hierarchal classification. The main theme underlining the performance is the conflict between the “recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world,” (Declaration of Human Rights from December 10th, 1948) and the fact that this dignity is increasingly violated.
Location: Kafé Hærverk, Oslo / Konsert Galleriet, Trondheim