• ANDREA LANGE

Born 1967 in Norway

 

CV

 

EDUCATION:

  • The National Academy of Fine Arts, Bergen, Norway 1991-94 
  • Accademia di Belle Arti Pietro Vanucci, Perugia, Italy 1990-91 

 

(*Denotes catalogue/ publication available) 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

  • Dear. Ethos. Pathos. Logos. Collapse. Kunstnerforbundet, Oslo, 2014  
  • Atelier Populaire Oslo / Palestinerleir, collaborative project with Johanna Zwaig, Marius von der Fehr and members of the Palestinian Camp in Oslo, Kunsthall Oslo, Oslo, 2012   
  • Riturnella, Stenersenmuseet, Oslo, 2010 *
  • Jacques Butler – For All Occasions, Oslo Museum; Interkulturelt Museum, Oslo, 2009 *
  • Camp Dreamland, Tromsø Kunstforening, Norway, 2008 *
  • Selected videoworks, The Society of Mind/ Kiss the Frog. The National Museum – Nasjonalgalleriet, Oslo. Curated by Marit Paasche, 2005 *
  • First Time We Live, Henie Onstad Art Centre, Oslo. Curator Gavin Jantjes, 2003 *
  • Arabic Lesson, Stenersenmuseet, Oslo, Norway. As part of Oslo Open. Curators Caroline Ugelstad & Inger M. Renberg, 2003 
  • Continual Shooting with Cannon, Galleri Paletten, Gothenburg, Sweden, 2002
  • Continual Shooting with Cannon, Galleri UKS, Oslo, 2001   
  • Chapelle Saint-Jacques, Saint Gaudens, France. With Pierre Matte, 2000
  • Kiss me, Galleri Sølvberget, Stavanger, Norway, 1998

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

2017

  • Spor, Seljord Kunstforening
  • Minimalen Short Film Festival, Trondheim. Film- and Video Art - Norway, 1990-2000, curated by Atopia/ Farhad Kalantary 

2016

  • In the National Museum’s Blind Spot, touring exhibition: Hamar Kulturhus, Hamar, Spriten Kunsthall, Skien. Curator Samir M'kadmi *

2015

  • In the National Museum’s Blind Spot, touring exhibition: Galleri 2, Stamsund, Gjenreisningsmuseet i Hammerfest, Trondhjem Kunstforening, Trondheim, Haugesund Billedgalleri, Haugesund. Curator Samir M'kadmi *
  • Krigens skygge. Politisk kunst i Norge 1914-2014, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo. Curator Kari J. Brandtzæg *
  • Human Rights Human Wrongs Festival Exhibition, Kunstplass [10], Oslo. With Johannes Høye and Shwan Dler Qaradaki *

2014

  • State of the State, with the artist group Exiles, Galleri BOA, Oslo
  • All King, No Kingdom, with the artist group Exiles, Spriten Kunsthall, Skien, Norway
  • In the National Museum’s Blind Spot, touring exhibition: The National Museum Architecture, Oslo, Bomullsfabrikken, Arendal, Lørenskog Hus, Narvik Kulturhus, Rana Museum, Mo. Curator Samir M'Kadmi *

2013

  • Entry Denied, with the artist group Exiles, Visningsrommet USF, Bergen, Norway

2012

  • Beit Aza, performance at The National Annual Autumn Exhibition with Atelier Populaire Oslo/ Palestinerleir, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, Norway *
  • L'ARTE AIUTA L'ARTE (MA NON SOLO), MAAM (Museo dell'Altro e dell'Altrove di Metropoliz), Roma
  • Spazi aperti, Accademia di Romania, Roma, curator Eleonora Farina *
  • Tidsaspekt:Systemkrise, Trøndelag senter for samtidskunst, Trondheim. With Kristin Tårnes, Shwan Dler Qaradaki, Silje Figenschou, Joar Nango, Thomas Kvam. Curator Sissel Mutale Bergh

2011

  • NO Sphere, New York, with Sverre Malling, Christer Karlstad, Vibeke Jensen, Tilda Lovell, Sol Kjøk. Curated by Sol Kjøk & Thale Fastvold
  • The National Annual Autumn Exhibition, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, Norway *

2007

  • CrossTalking, Contemporary Art Exhibition at the International Church Music Festival, Christiansands Kunstforening, Kristiansand, Norway. Curator Aage Langhelle *
  • Facing Differences, Oslo Open video & filmprogram, Cinemateket, Oslo. Curator Farad Khalantary
  • Peer in Peer Out, The Moore Space, Miami. With Knut Åsdam, Jesper Just, Laars Lauman, Pia Lindman. Curated by Silvia Karman Cubiná in collaboration with Marilou Knode
  • Contemporary Scandinavian Art, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Arizona. Curator Marilu Knode
  • LARM – Nordic Sound Art Festival, Stockholm. Curated by Maria Bjurestam, Maria Hägglund, Mona Petersson, Liv Strand *
  • Hit the North – filmprogram, curated by Anna Linder at Filmform, Sweden, www.filmform.com. Screening at the Cinema K-Suns, Riga *
  • Dreamlands Burn, Mucsarnok Kunsthalle Budapest, Budapest. Curated by Edit Molnár & Lívia Páldi *

2006

  • Stillhet, a cinemaprogram presented at Vika Kino, Parkteateret Scene and Sound of Mu, Oslo. With Lars Petter Hagen, Charlotte Thiis-Evensen and Ellen Bruno. In cooperation with Oslo Dokumentarkino. Stillhet also on radio at nrk.no/ulyd
  • The Singing, Swinging North, Paris Photo 2006, Le Carrousel du Louvre, Paris. Curated by Andrea Holzherr *
  • No longer the same place, Hit the North – filmprogram curated by Anna Linder, Cinemateket, Stockholm *
  • Migrations, Belfast Exposed, Belfast, Northern Ireland. With Anthony Haughey, Breda Bedan, Penny Siopsis, Terence Wright. Curated by Karen Downey
  • The Norwegian Short Film Festival 2006, Grimstad *

2005

  • Robert Meyer Collection, The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo *
  • Northern Lights Film Festival, Newcastle, UK
  • Others, Sørlandet Art Museum, Kristiansand, Norway. Curator Frank Falch *

2004

  • Enzimi Film Festival 2004, Rome, Italy *
  • MOMENTUM – Nordic festival for contemporary art, Moss, Norway. Curated by Caroline Corbetta & Per Gunnar Eeg-Tverbakk *
  • Criss-Cross, Video-Film-Documentary programme produced by Nordic Institute for Contemporary Art (NIFCA), premiér at Frankfurter Kunstverein, international tour in 2004-2006.

2003

  • Coup de coeur/ A sentimental choice, CRAC Alsace, Altkirch, France
  • Remembrance + The Moving Image: Persistence of Vision, Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI), Melbourne, Australia. Curated by Ross Gibson *
  • Videorium 01, Les Abbattoir, Toulouse, France. Curated by Pascal Pique

2002

  • Fundametalisms of the New Order, Kunsthall Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, Denmark. Curated by Lars Bang-Larsen, Cristina Ricupero, Charlotte Brandt *
  • Refuge, Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, Oslo, Norway. Curator Gavin Jantjes *
  • Tusen Blomster, Haugar Vestfold Kunstmuseum, Tønsberg, Norway *

2001

  • The National Annual Autumn Exhibition, Oslo, Norway *
  • Milano Europa 2000, La Triennale di Milano, Milan, Italy *

1999

  • Engasjert Kunst, Stenersen Museet, Oslo, Norway *
  • Signs of Life, Melbourne International Biennial, Australia. Curated by Juliana Engberg *
  • Galleri 54, Gothenburg, Sweden

1998

  • UKS Biennial 98, Hennie Onstad Art Centre, Oslo/ Rogaland Art Museum, Stavanger/ Trondheim Art Museum/ Tromsø Kunstforening, Norway. Curated by Maria Lind & Søssa Jørgensen *
  • Twelve Nights, USF Kulturhus, Bergen, Norway. Curated by Jana Winderen *

1997

  • Galleri Sølvberget, Stavanger
  • The Other Art, Galleri UKS, Oslo, Norway *
  • NOR-A-WAY, Stadtgallerie im Sophienhof, Kiel, Germany. With Ole Jørgen Ness, Vibeke Tandberg, Anneé Olofsson, Jeanette Cristensen, Torbjørn Rødland, Sven Påhlsson. Curated by Claus Friede & Knut Nievers *
  • OSS3, Galleri Sølvberget, Stavanger, Norway
  • Twisted, Eikaasgalleriet, Jølster/ Nord-Trøndelag Fylkesgalleri, Namsos/ Rogaland Kunstmuseum, Stavanger, Norway. Curated by Galleri Struts, produced by Norwegian National Touring Exhibitions *

1996

  • Twisted, Forumgalleriet, Malmö, Sweden *
  • Brudd, Bergen Fine Arts Society, Bergen, Norway *
  • The National Annual Autumn Exhibition, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, Norway *
  • Straight from the Heart, Galleri Hippolyte, Helsinki, Finland. With Tom Sandberg, Torbjørn Rødland, Sunny Heart Videos, Jenny Rydhagen, curated by Jonas Ekeberg *
  • Signed-Sealed-Sold, The International Artist Centre, Poznan and Galeri Teraz, Sczeczin,Poland

1995

  • DIXI, 34 emerging Norwegian artist, Langesgt.1, Oslo, Norway *
  • Living Texture - Scandinavian Artproduction in the Nineties, Bildraum, Zürich, Switzerland. With Bjørn Bjarre & Bjarne Melgård
  • Galleri Struts at Saga Basement, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Galleri Struts at Galleri Struts, Oslo, Norway

1994

  • The National Annual Autumn Exhibition, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, Norway *

1992

  • Face to Face, Historisk Museum, Bergen, Norway. With Tor Børresen and Aage Langhelle

 

 

PROJECTS & WORKS IN COMMON SPACE:

2012

  • Atelier Populaire Oslo / Palestinerleir, collaborative project
  • Kome til deg i Tiende/ GETTING TO YOU TIDENDE – volume I and II, a meta newspaper, curatorial team Anne-Marie Creamer and Kjetil Berge, collaborating project by Lars Sture

2010

  • Omar Al-Mukhtar Liberty Bangers, for Snowball Edition.com
  • Pay Attention Motherfuckers, big-size posters in Clear Channel commercial stands around Oslo city centre and at Oslo Airport, and on digital displays at Oslo Airport. In connection with solo exhibition Riturnella in Stenersenmuseet

2009

  • Jacques Butler 100 years, art project for the newspaper Morgenbladet, 30. April- 7. May 2009

2005

  • Adhan Corner III, outdoor audio installation, as part of the exhibition Others at Sørlandet Art Museum, Kristiansand, Norway. Curator Frank Falch *
  • Normalia – After the Ball, outdoor audio installation, text and flag presented on the touring exhibition Unizone, – visiting 17 sites on the Norwegian-Swedish border. Produced by Norwegian & Swedish National Touring Exhibitions, curated by Stina Högkvist, Anne Britt Strømnes, Mathias Strömer *
  • Normalia – After the Ball, presented in the weekly newspaper Morgenbladet’s art project pages, 05.–12. August 2005.

2002

  • Adhan Corner II, audio installation at Kongens Nytorv, as part of Fundamentalisms of the New Order at Kunsthall Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, Denmark. Curated by Lars Bang-Larsen, Cristina Ricupero, Charlotte Brandt *

2001

  • Adhan Corner I, outdoor audio installation and wall piece, By The Way – Gallery for Contemporary Art, Bergen, Norway
  • Song for Gadjo, outdoor audio installation, The Royal Garden, as part of The National Annual Autumn Exhibition, Oslo, Norway *

1999

  • Welcome to Norway, poster project in the centre of Oslo. Curated by Young Artist Society (UKS)

1997

  • Wer Immer Du auch bist, handwritten signs in the centre of Kiel, part of NOR-A-WAY, Stadtgallerie im Sophienhof, Kiel, Germany. Curated by Knut Nievers and Claus Friede *

1996

  • One Minute of Silence, audio, National Swedish Radio P1, part of 27.680.000 Contemporary Nordic Art in the Mass Media. Curated by Jørgen Svensson & Stefan Karlsson *
  • To See the Nature as it is, supermarket Pozperito, Poznan, as part of Signed-Sealed-Sold, The International Artist Centre, Poznan, Poland

 

OTHER ARTISTIC ACTIVITY:

  • Member of the professional committee for OUTDOOR PUBLIC SPACES projects (URO) at KORO, 2016-17
  • Curator, Exiles - a film program at Spriten Kunsthall, Skien 2014
  • Curator, Exiles - a film program at Cinemateket in Bergen 2013
  • Presentation and discussion, FOLKEBIBLIOTEKET #14, Deichmanske Bibliotek Grunerløkka, 07.11.2012
  • Presentation and discussion, NEW FRONTIERS #1, TeaterTanken – Dælengata, 12.02.2012
  • Artist-in-Residence, Palestinerleir, Oslo, December 2011- September 2012
  • Appeal and panel contribution at open meeting about GI (artist grant policy), Kunstnernes Hus and article in the daily newspaper Klassekampen, January 2012
  • Member of The National Board for State Grants, 2011/12
  • AKULBI, public launch and campaign for Academic and Artistic Boycott of the State of Israel, 2010
  • Appeal - Kunstneraksjonen, at Billedhoggerhuset Oslo and in the art magazine Billedkunst, 2008
  • Aksjonsgruppa for kunstneres levekår, with Halvor Haugen, Marianne Heier og Eivind Slettemeås, 2007
  • Contribution to Manifest for an Independent Art scene by Tone Hansen, 2005
  • Guest-teacher and external examiner, Institutt for farge, Oslo National Academy of the Arts (KHiO), 2001-05
  • Member of the Norwegian National Jury (DNJ), 1998-99
  • Guest-teacher Asker Art School, 1998-99
  • Curator and producer, Oslo – One Night Stand, Nordic video-& performance art, a Galleri Struts production at Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, 1995
  • Founder & curator at Galleri Struts, artist run exhibition space in Oslo. With Per Odd Bakke, Svein Flygari Johanessen, Tor Børresen, Anne Britt Strømnes, Kjersti Myrehagen, 1994-98

 

PUBLISHED BY THE ARTIST:

  • Normalia featuring Jaqcues Butler, artist book with audio work/ CD, 64 pages, ed. 300. ISBN 978-82-303-1237-7. 2009
  • Camp Dreamland, catalog, 20 pages, with text by Line Ulekleiv. 2008

 

WORKS IN COLLECTIONS:

  • Ephemerality - A permanent Collection, UiB, Fakultet for kunst, Bergen, Norway
  • Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne, Australia
  • Henie-Onstad Art Centre, Norway
  • Arts Council Norway
  • Christian Bjelland Collection, Norway
  • The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Norway