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Om Atelier Populaire Oslo:
Atelier Populaire Oslo is an artist based collective for production, discussion, research and activism related to the situation for ‘paperless’/refugees in Norway.
The collaboration Atelier Populaire Oslo / Palestinerleir started as a public workshop in Oslo, 6th – 27th of April 2012. Artists, writers, undocumented refugees, specialists and activists participated, and daily lectures, meetings and arrangements were held in Kunsthall Oslo.
Atelier Populaire Oslo / Palestinerleir was organized with the aims to raise the level of awareness of the current asylum policy and to work to present an alternative. Artistic and political measures were discussed, and strategies towards practical change explored. The work was done in dialogue with refugees and ‘paperless’, in recognition of the fundamental importance of their hard-won expertise.
ALL KING, NO KINGDOM
Spriten Kunsthall, Skien
01.03.14 – 12.04.2014
I utstillingen All King, No Kingdom på Spriten Kunsthall tar de deltakende kunstnerne for seg temaer som på ulike vis er knyttet til den norske asylpolitikken, og også, erfaringen av å stå utenfor en nasjon eller en lov.
Deltakende kunstnere på Spriten Kunsthall: Adriana Alves, Katharina Barbosa, Mona Bentzen, Yamile Calderon, Shwan Dler Qaradaki, Sam Iravanian, Hjørdis Kurås, Andrea Lange, Malin Lennström-Örtwall, Beate Petersen, Lars Sandås, Ulla Schildt og Marit Ødegaard. Gjestekunstnere: Stian Omland, Endre Tveitan og Johanna Zwaig.
According to the Norwegian Parliament the Bicentennial in 2014 shall strengthen the awareness of what the Constitution means today and what role it should play in the future of democracy. “The Constitution is alive, topical and crucial for Norway´s identity and development as liberal democracy”, one can read, among other on the Parliament website. However The Norwegian Constitution is stating that “the executive power is vested in the King,” and that it is the king who points out the government. Monarchy collide in this way of the democratic idea that all power emanates from the people, and that authority should be chosen, not inherit
In the exhibition All King, No Kingdom in Spriten Kunsthall, the participating artists explores themes that in different ways is linked to the Norwegian asylum policy, and also, the experience of standing outside a nation or a law.
Participating artists at Spriten Kunsthall: Adriana Alves, Katharina Barbosa, Mona Bentzen, Yamile Calderon, Shwan Dler Qaradaki, Sam Iravanian, Hjørdis Kurås, Andrea Lange, Malin Lennström-Örtwall, Beate Petersen, Lars Sandås, Ulla Schildt og Marit Ødegaard. Guest artists: Stian Omland, Endre Tveitan og Johanna Zwaig.
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