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September 12, 2019
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Open Forum, program fall 2018 and spring 2019


20.5.2019 Mette Edvardsen in conversation with Manuel Pelmuş

13.5.2019 Ayatgali Tuleubek

29.4.2019 Jon Benjamin Tallerås

8.4.2019 Ane Graff

25.2.2019 Pia Maria Roll – Q and A

18.3.2019 Mike Sperlinger Art, very occasionally

4.3.2019 Lykourgos Porfyris Kakurlackó Order: Department of Culture and Heritage

25.2.2019 Victoria Durnak People I have Thought of Lately

18.2.2019 Hanna Sjöstrand

11.2.2019 Hannah Wiker Wikström, Ronak Moshtagi & Josefin Jussi Andersson Pity-Play

4.2.2019 Manuel Pelmuş Movements at an Exhibition



10.12.2018 Eva Gonzáles-Sancho & Per Gunnar Eeg-Tverbakk

3.12.2018 FRANK (Liv Bugge and Sille Storihle)

19.11.2018 Mary Coble Performing Queer Resistance

5.11.2018 Jan Verwoert FAKE FATE

22.10.2018 Katinka Fogh Vindelev & Marie Kølbæk Iversen

8.10.2018 Narves1biblioteket

24.9.2018 Marthe Ramm Fortun

10.9.2018 Jeffrey Alan Scudder Radical Digital Painting

14.5.2018 Hanan Benammar

September 12, 2019
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Open Forum 24.09.17: Marthe Ramm Fortun

Open Forum is happy to introduce an artist talk with Marthe Ramm Fortun!

@Khartoum Contemporary Art Center.
Free soup and student prices from 18.00.
Artist talk at 19:00.

Marthe Ramm Fortun (Oslo, 1978) lives and works in Oslo and Paris. She is a current resident at Cité Internationale des Arts, and teaches at the Norwegian National Academy of Fine Arts. Since completing her studies at the New York University (2008), Fortun has shown work in a variety of contexts and institutions throughout Norway and abroad, including the Munch Museum, Stavanger Kunstmuseum, KW Institute of Contemporary Art, Monnaie de Paris, BOZAR Brussels, Performa 13, PS1 MoMA, and Gladstone Gallery in Brussels.

Fortun’s body of work encompasses performance, site-specific texts and assemblage where body, language and elusive sculptural boundaries inscribe closed off institutional spaces with persistent and poetic feminisms. Upcoming work includes a public art commission for the Bergen Museum of Natural History curated by Marit Paasche, and a solo exhibition at Kunstnerforbundet, Oslo.

Khartoum are open 18:00-01:00.

September 20, 2018
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