Alex Murray-Leslie and Martinus Suijkerbuijk awarded NTNU funding

Last week Alex Murray-Leslie (associate professor) and Martinus Suijkerbuijk (research fellow) were awarded funding from NTNU for their research projects. The funding is aimed at supporting artistic development and work that connects technology, research and society.

Alex Murray is awarded with two projects, one which she's leading and an other in collaboration with Kaspar Lasn and Øyvind Brandtsegg.

Martinus Suijkerbuijk is awarded for his project CROWD CONTROLLED.
Read all the proposals below.

8.5 sq - Twelve Corners - 3D virtual exhibition by Malakias Liebmann & Vilde Rudjord

In the time of Covid19, two artists Malakias Liebmann & Vilde Rudjord
from Trondheim Academy of Fine Art have created an exhibition which is developed in the wake of their apartment.
in this exhibition they rediscover the parameters of their shared 8.5 sq. home. A quote from the artists: "We have worked with the surroundings
and the things and areas which we are inspired by, Trying to master/mistress the matrix, we decided to act".

KiT alumni Martin Palmer exhibits: MOOUND Martin Palmer in the collection after Roar Wold, Wold Visningsrom, 15.02.20-23.02.20

Working from within a system of accelerated circulation of information - where data, stories and images cross borders like rumors that expand and contract in function of their site of emergence, are confirmed or inferred depending on their relations - the artist carves out a new potential "mediatisation". From simple slippages of context to transformative operations that act on the object themselves, each artist adopts specific methods of representation.


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