Slow Burn
Currently on view

Slow Burn

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On view until
April 11, 2024
April 11, 2024
May 10, 2024
Suprainfinit gallery

We are delighted to present the solo exhibition Slow Burn by visual artist Kjersti Vetterstad.

The private space of the home acts as a privileged place, and a site of withdrawal. But supernatural forces seem to break though the surface that promises safety, stability, and order.

The exhibition's public programme includes a talk by the artist and the premier of the performance Unburied by Georgiana Dobre on April 20th and 21st.

Kjersti Vetterstad (b.1977) is a visual artist and studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bergen and Konstfack in Stockholm. She explores themes such as place, time and impermanence, identity, ecology and the human's place in the cycle, with works made as performances, installations, sound, video and film. The works are often developed in collaboration with other visual artists and performers from the performing arts field.

Vetterstad has recently shown at, among others, MNAC - Museum of Contemporary Art in Bucharest (RO), Haugar Art Museum in Tønsberg (NO), Tromsø Kunstforening (NO), Galeria Bastion 3, Timișoara (RO), The National Museum in Oslo (NO), Filmmaker Festival of New York (US), Jaipur International Film Festival (IN) and Taxispalais Kunsthalle Tirol in Innsbruck (AT). She has had solo exhibitions at, among others, Knipsu and Entrée in Bergen (NO), and UKS, Tidens Krav and Podium in Oslo (NO).

The exhibition is financed with the support of EEA Grants 2014 – 2021 within the RO-CULTURE Programme.

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