Digital poetry

Remixed: Strandfunn (2004)

Posted on 12/10/2013

I 2004 viste Soffi Attramadal en nydelig utstilling på Galleri F15 med tema «strandfunn» – refleksjoner om hva fossilene etter vår tid vil være – fra «Rimitiden». Hun utstilte bl.a. en serie imitasjoner av natur, skjell av støpt porselen, med silketrykk av giftmerker, steiner laget av steingodsleire med små modellerte fossiler inni (som kan åpnes ved et hardt slag eller hammer og meisel) og påført silketrykk av strek-koder. Disse ble lagt ut på stranden nedenfor galleriet, for enhver å ta med seg. Ved ettersøk på stranden etter at prosjektet og utstillingen var over, var alle, mer enn 250 stk borte!

Hva vil være igjen etter oss?

The first cuttings from «Longings and Prolongings» by Lavasir

Posted on 29/08/2013

Eirik-Kristian-GarMot-Flat High-res version

We made the «Sendings and Receivings» project together with Lavasir Nordrum – we created our project and he used our quiet, suited gentlemen in his «Poetics» project. Lavasir has ambitious plans for the material and based on the preview into the material we cannot wait to see the finished product!

 

HESISTANT ABOUT GOING TO AFRICA from Lavasir on Vimeo. A piece in the POETICS-project, more here: http://www.lavasir.no/portfolio/poetics-2/

Mortimers Eye

Posted on 26/01/2013

No comebacks High-res version

We are proud and happy to introduce a new collaborative project – this time with Anki Gneib who has created the enigmatic EYESHINE artefacts that we explore along the western coast of Norway.

She calls them «EYESHINE» but for us they will always be «Mortimers Eye». This is the story of our journey down the Atlantic highway («Atlanterhavsveien») and how we emerged beyond the looking glass.

Anki Gneib created the shapes and mirrors, Kristian Pohl and Eirik V Johnsen drove down the highway in january 2013.

Sendings and receivings

Posted on 15/05/2012

Longing and belonging in Europe 2012. High-res version

This is our first collaborative project. We worked together with Lavasir Nordrum in his project «Wherever You Go – There You Are» – a digital poetry project with ambitions to poetically observe the wider cultural, religious and geographical meaning of borders. We also interpreted each location for our own project «Sendings / Receivings»

Our starting point was the beach of Guadalmesi – the point in Europe that is closest to Africa. We then moved to the beach of Eddalya in Morroco – the point in Africa that is closest to Europe. In both places the suited gentlemen explored the meaning of borders.

Eirik V Johnsen, Kristian Pohl and Lavasir Nordrum walked the beaches in may 2012. Read more about «Whereever You Go …».