2011, Raw Material. Ringebu, Norway

Raw Material, Meeting Points.

What happens when four independent artistic visions culminate as one? What is of primary importance: the journey or the final destination? How can transient curiosity in a material capable of preserving every thought, action and reaction be made tangible for others?

As opposed to the Marl Hole project, where, although all working in
the same quarry, the artists were making separate artworks, the
small size of the space in Ringebu forced them to actually collaborate
on the making. Instead of each undergoing their own individual process, they now
undertook a real collaboration process.

Alexandra Engelfriet, the Netherlands; Neil Brownsword, Great Britain; Katrine Køster Holst, Denmark/Norway; Torbjørn Kvasbø, Norway (producer and organiser).

Filmmaker Marlou van den Berge, the Netherlands.

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Photo: Torbjørn Kvasbø

 

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Neil Brownswords and Katrine Køster Holsts outdoor project. Photo: Neil Brownsword

 

 

 

 

 

 

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