The participants in PRAKSIS’s thirteenth residency, Painting Project: Out Looking Inwards, invite you to join in with, or simply listen to, an open conversation probing key issues in painting today. The group plans to unpack some of the dominant narratives shaping the interpretation of contemporary painting, and discuss their possible influence on painting’s futures.
Residency 13’s participants have come together in Oslo for a month to explore the intersections between perceivedly ‘internal’ painterly considerations – to do with the medium, and its histories, or personal or subjective experience – and public or collective issues and events. The residents are: Robert Bordo (CA), Robert Holyhead (UK), Tina Kryhlmann (NO), Patrick McElnea (US), Matthew Musgrave (UK), Sarah Pettitt (UK), Hanneline Rogeberg (NO), Hanna Sjöstrand (SE), Michele Tocca (IT), and Piya Wanthiang (TH/BE).
Painting Project: Out Looking Inwards is held in collaboration with LNM (The Norwegian Painters Society). For more information on the residency please click here.
PRAKSIS and LNM offer thanks to OCA (Office for Contemporary Art Norway) for allowing the use of their apartment at Ekely – enabling the participation of an increased number of international residents.
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Earlier Event: April 10PRAKSIS Development Forum (PDF)
Later Event: April 18The lows before the highs: Rauschenberg in Italy, 1953