“Bridges Are Burning” presents 12 international artists graduating from Trondheim Academy of Fine Art (KiT) at NTNU - Norwegian University of Science and Technology. This exhibition is the result of two years of thinking and practicing artistic research with a focus on the creation of new pasts, presents and futures. It features works by Jane Pedersen, Kasper Holm, Trude E. Bekk, Letizia Balzi, Martin Palmer, Mika Haykowsky, Katherine Butcher, Unnur Andrea Einarsdóttir, Anaclara Talento, Anton Benois, Ana Dunjić and Nanna K. Hougaard.
On 14th May the artists are hosting a public seminar with guest lectures, talks, interventions and meditations relating to their exhibited works. Full program below.
16:00 Gulabuddin Sukhanwar
A Presentation on the Power of Culture for Inclusion
16:30 Martin Steinert, Ph.D. & Sampsa Kohtala, Ph.D. candidate, TrollLABS, NTNU
Recreating Art from Crowd-Sourced Data
17:00 Ulla Angkjær Jørgensen
Gender and the Arts
18:00 Kasper Holm
An open reading and discussion of Elizabeth Grosz's “The Thing”
18:30 Martin Palmer
The Living Archive. A lecture on archivalism and the HIVE project shown in the exhibition.
19:00 Annett Busch
Where there is something standing which can be seen…there is something else standing
next to it which cannot be seen but which accompanies the object
20:00 Unni Fjellheim og Trude E. Bekk
LA FJELLA LEVE! – A Conversation
20:30 Máté Labus
Artistic performance on stretchy language
21:00 Mika Claire Haykowsky
Institutional Embodied Healing - A poetic understanding of systematic failure - A burial
The event is free and open for all.
Master of Fine Art Graduate Show
15:00 – 22:00
The Seminar seating design and furniture generously curated and installed by ‘Rom for Flere’ http://romforflere.no/
Kunstakademiet i Trondheim
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)