Matthew Welton

I forbindelse med utstillingen ”I Must Say That At First It Was Difficult Work”, har Matthew Welton skrevet en ny versjon av diktet med samme tittel. Det  publiseres her for første gang. Diktet (på engelsk) kan lastes ned i pdf-format her.

Matthew Welton

Matthew Welton (b. 1969) is a British poet who lives and works in Nottingham, where he is a Lecturer in Writing at Nottingham University. His published works include the poetry collections ‘The Book of Matthew’ (2003), and ‘We needed coffee but we’d got ourselves convinced that the later we left it the better it would […]

Terje Nicolaisen

Pictures from the inauguration of Terje Nicolaisen’s Museo de Pasatiempo Please click on the images for high resolution versions.                                                                         […]

Pil & Galia Kollectiv

WE – a performance by Pil & Galia Kollectiv at Kunsthall Oslo, 29/08/2010 Set list: Every Breath You Take (We’ll Be Watching You) We Will Follow Him We Want to Hold Your Hand We Will Always Love You (We Are) Slave 4 U (We Will Be Your) Father Figure (We’re About to Have a) Nervous […]

Performance: Trio A

On the 17th of September 2010, Trio A, a choregraphic work created by Yvonne Rainer in 1966, was performed at Kunsthall Oslo by New York-based dancer Shelley Senter. The work, selected by the artist Silke Otto-Knapp as part of the exhibition ‘I Must Say That At First It Was Difficult Work’, was presented in Norway for the first […]