OPEN CALL: APRIL—JUNE 2018: ADORNMENT AND GENDER: ENGAGING CONVERSATION

OPEN CALL: APRIL—JUNE 2018:  ADORNMENT AND GENDER: ENGAGING CONVERSATION

During this residency Benjamin Lignel will work alongside a group of locally and internationally based residents selected through open call to collectively explore ways of making oral (hi)stories and (her)stories publicly available, through the creation of physical and digital platforms for sharing knowledge. The residency is held in collaboration with Norwegian Crafts.

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OCTOBER - NOVEMBER 2018 // TITLE TO BE CONFIRMED

OCTOBER - NOVEMBER 2018 // TITLE TO BE CONFIRMED

Working with Welsh artist and researcher, Phoebe Davies PRAKSIS in in the process of developing Residency 12. The current expectation is that this residency will create an environment to explore DIT* knowledge exchange and strategies of solidarity that acknowledge a plurality of voices, experiences, differences and power dynamics across age, gender and race.

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NOVEMBER 2017 // CURATING THE SOCIAL: MEET ME AT THE EMPTY CENTRE

NOVEMBER 2017 //  CURATING THE SOCIAL: MEET ME AT THE EMPTY CENTRE

PRAKSIS and Norsk Kuratorforening (The Norwegian Association of Curators) worked with curator and writer, Natasha Marie Llorens (US) to develop Curating the social: Meet me at the empty centre, which examines the curator’s role in facilitating social practice in contemporary art, foregrounding the ethical questions of their involvement.

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SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER 2017 // FOR A RAINY DAY: PUBLISHING AS A SITE OF COLLECTIVIZATION

SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER 2017 //  FOR A RAINY DAY: PUBLISHING AS A SITE OF COLLECTIVIZATION

Developed with artist Iz Öztat (Turkey), publisher Torpedo and publishing studio Eller med a, the residency explores the ways collectives can use publishing as an integral part of their artistic practice: articulating artistic imaginaries, shaping communities and proposing alternative value systems and political horizons.

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MARCH-APRIL 2016 // NEW TECHNOLOGY AND THE POST-HUMAN

MARCH-APRIL 2016 //  NEW TECHNOLOGY AND THE POST-HUMAN

Held in partnership with PNEK, Atelier Nord, and Notam and developed with British collaborative duo, David Blandy and Larry Achiamong, New Technology and the Post-human brought together a multidisciplinary community of international and Oslo based participants at varying career stages to explore and discuss issues of identity in contemporary culture.

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