Made In Norway
Norwegian video art exhibition at
SKC, V.I.P. Art Gallery, Belgrade, Serbia November 9th & 10th
19h Video screening, ArtVideoExchange-Norway (curator: Mona Bentzen)
- Sabina Jacobsson - Womens Voice of Iran (2007)
- Bull.Miletic - Par Hasard (Eng. By Chance) (2009)
- Karima Risk and Linda Saveholt – The Wall (2008)
- Birgitte Sigmundstad- How to explain direct action to a live rabbit (2007)
- Per Teljer – The Samaritan (2000)
- Bjørn E. Pettersen – Eddy Baby (2009)
- Margarida Paiva - Fragments from an Unknown Woman (2008)
- Farhad Kalantary - Moving Target (2007)
- Mona Bentzen – Made of Water (2008)
- Jannicke Låker - Sunday Morning (2007)
- Risto Holopainen - PEK (2007)
- Martin Skauen - Felix Culpa, A Handmade Massacre (2007)
20h Lecture and discussion with Mona Bentzen
18h Video screening, Oslo Screenfestival (curator: Margarida Paiva)
- Anne-Britt Rage - A thousand reasons why to become a socialist (1994)
- Kaia Hugin Motholic - Mobble part 1 (2008)
- Ane Lan - Africa (2007)
- Bjørn Erik Haugen - A pale shade of grey (2007)
- Geir Hansteen Jørgensen - Metamorphosis (2007)
- Marianne Pfeffer Gjengedal - Zygote (2008)
18:30h Lecture and discussion with Margarida Paiva
Mona Bentzen, Margarida Paiva, Oslo, and Bojana Romic, Belgrade, is part of an international network of curators / artists such as video art exchanges between their countries. In that respect, the ArtVideoExchang-Norway v/Mona Bentzen and Oslo Screen Festival v/Margarida Paiva are invited by ArtVideoExchange-Serbia v/Bojana Romic to display a Norwegian video program and give a lecture about the Norwegian contemporary video art in the V.I.P.Art Gallery in Belgrade, Serbia.
Interchange project Norway-Belgrade is the result of collaboration between Bojana Romic and Mona Bentzen who met during the first Örebro International Videoart Festival in Sweden, 24-26th Oct 2008. This autumn there are display of Serbian video in Norway at Rauland in Rauland kunstforening (Art Association) SONDOV, curated by Bojana Romi and mediated by Mona Bentzen.
ArtVideoExchange is an international exchange program and initiative between curators developed to organize exhibition opportunities for video artists worldwide. By promoting the production and circulation of international video programming AVE works to foster a greater appreciation of video art and an exchange of ideas between artists, curators and audiences worldwide.
Oslo screenfestival is an international festival, which focuses on experimental video works that emphasise emerging poetics of the medium, bringing together established and young artists to present their work to Oslo audiences. We aim to promote international video works in Norway and Norwegian video works abroad. Our programs have been shown at Filmens Hus in 2008 and at other collaborator festivals like Detmold Short Film Festival in Germany in 2009.
Program Coordinator ArtVideoExchange-Serbia: Bojana Romic
Curator of V.I.P. Gallery: Garbijel Savi Ra
Curator ArtVideoExchange-Norway: Mona Bentzen
Curator Oslo Screen Festival: Margarida Paiva