In connection with Cyan's annual portfolio review 2019, the participants will have a group exhibition at this year's Nordic Light Festival in Kristiansund. The Exhibition includes the project Anemoia and will be featured from 1st of May until 5th of May 2019.
Is the Sea Really Blue?
This conjoined exhibition featuring the projects Anemoia (Haakon Sand) and Oltremare (Marco Massa) explores the connection between the sea as a place and the sea as a metaphor. There are common themes running through these projects: motherhood, belonging and memory. Both projects are set on an island, one physical, the other psychological. The island of Hvaler is a place of belonging and -- surrounded by a calm sea -- it acts as a motherly figure; but the island is also a metaphor for a person's experience with their illness and how such condition affects their role as a mother. This exhibition questions the subjective experience of a place we belong to, or an altered life.
Join the photographers for the private view at Out of The Brew Gallery, Friday the 18th at 6pm.
There will be refreshments, music, signed copies of the exhibition catalog and more!
We will be screening our documentary “Alene med Verket” at Tøyen Kino in Oslo.
The film follows the Norwegian artist Vebjørn Sand through one year in his preparations for his latest exhibition. Vebjørn and Gudmund Sand will be at the screening to talk about the film.
I am exhibiting my latest project ANEMOIA at London College of Communication, as a part of my degree show. There will be five images on display together with a photobook of the project.