Thursday October 6th 2011
Live performance 4pm
Places for the performance will be limited. The performance is now fully booked.
This will be a Norwegian language event.
A financial advisor tries to explain capitalism’s understanding of the notions value, money, abstraction, time, future, talent, intuition, risk, responsibility, transaction and inspiration. At the same time he relates these terms to his own personal convictions, ambitions and hope. The monologue is based on an interview with a financial advisor at HSBC.
The performance took place in the board room at KLP, one floor above Kunsthall Oslo. The audience was led out of the exhibition space, around the building, through the main entrance on the other side, and through the security check.
Performed by actor Ole Johan Skjelbred
Photo by Espen Hagestrand
Marianne Heier’s recent exhibitions include the solo projects Jamais-Toujours, Stenersen Museum, Oslo, and Saga Night, Maihaugen Museum of Cultural Heritage, Lillehammer; and the shows Protective Coloration, CCS/Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, USA; En helt alminnelig udstilling, Galleri Overgaden, Copenhagen; Going to Market, Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, Høvikodden, Norway; Kunsten å falle, Preus Museum, Horten, Norway; and Oil, Welfare and Fair Oil, Garanti Gallery and Platform Garanti, Istanbul, Turkey.