"Drawing Moments, Wool Stick Mountain" is a site specific drawing, that investigates an unplanned dialogue with materials, myself and the mountain. To do this I will be armed with a packed lunch, a bag of wool, some ceramic sticks, the open space of Galleri Kronborg, the mountain top, the trees, some bushes and a healthy attitude towards play.
The artist is from the UK and is a student at the MA programme at Bergen Academy of the Arts.
The exhibition will be showing in the period 8/8 - 25/8.
Utstillingen "This is here" er ett minne fra turen Emi och Aoi hadde til Rundemanen. Under turen undret de over spørsmålet "Hva finnes oppe på Rundemanen?" I utstillingen vil de definere Rundemanen på en enkelt måte med inspirasjon som de har plukkat opp på veien.
Emi Hara er frilans fotograf og Aoi Yoshizawa studerer tekstilkunst. Begge kommer ifra Japan.
Utstillingen vil kunne sees på Galleri Kronborg i perioden 16. juli til 1. august.
Labyrinth 2 is a follow up on my first labyrinth where I have changed the format and somewhat the building technique. The labyrinth consists of only one image, repeated about 160 times on the walls. When standing at the top of Rundemanen there is grass your feet and just in front of you there is a steep fall into a lake and beyond there is a view over the city, with its buildings, bridges and structures. Further behind there are more mountains, more nature surrounding the town. It is like the town has been put in between the nature. The image in the labyrinth shows a football field in Norway, where it in a way floats above or in its surrounding and very present nature. The labyrinth was put on top of wooden sticks I put in the ground, like thin poles, making it almost hover above ground. The small scale model of the place made up of the images that the labyrinth creates looks a bit like an architectural model, and I start to link thoughts about architectural ideas and plans in the city below to this model. The dimensions are 70 x 70 cm and the piece was exhibited at Galleri Kronborg in May 2010.
Galleriet Kronborg ligger 200 m sør for Rundemanen, som er en fjelltopp i Bergen. Det består av et lite, åpent rom, og er det eneste som er igjen etter en hytte ved navn Kronborg som tidligere stod på stedet. Galleri Kronborg ble opprettet i mars 2009 av Lena Langvand Samuelsen og Runa Gulliksen, utdannet ved Kunsthøgskolen i Bergen.