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reshow display (1.1)

ShowsDOGA (Reprogramming the city, 2018)
The Vigeland Museum (permanent collection)
Munchmuseet (diverse exhibitions)
antipodes café DEG15 (2016)
Gallery Svalbard (Utforsking av Norges Flagg #2, 2015)
Selected debris1 Pedestal (with sand inside)
1 MDF plate (painted and printed)
1 OSB plate (printed)
Paint (black 90%)
1 catalogue (picked directly from a trash bin)
1m Floor Trunking

reshow

2019. RESHOW DISPLAY

Display at DOGA

  • pedestal with sand from the Vigeland Museum with small cut to fix in the place.
  • black paint from Munchmuseum
  • the cover was made with part of a a printed OSB plate from the exhibition “Reprogramming the city” held at DOGA. (photo: © thanks for allowing us to use the image)
  • iPad, cables and transformer (bought -used-)
  • White vinyl from “rest box” at Folkeverkstedet Deichmanske bibliotek
  • Flyers made with a catalogue (trashed at the Vigeland Museum) cut 5x5cm, and letter stamps with ink (rests from shows at æDEG15)

Display at ROM

  • cover of an existing pedestal made with part of an already painted and printed MDF plate from Munchmuseum
  • sides were painted in white with rests of paint from æDEG15 (antipodes café, 2016)
  • iPad, cables and transformer (bought -used-)
  • Floor trunking for cable was previously used in the exhibition “utforsking av norges flagg” at Gallery Svalbard (antipodes café, 2015)
  • Vinyl from “rest box” at Folkeverkstedet Deichmanske bibliotek
  • Flyers made with a catalogue (trashed at the Vigeland Museum) cut 5x5cm, and letter stamps with ink (rests from shows at æDEG15)

Display at The National Museum of Architecutre

  • pedestal from past shows at the museum
  • black paint from Munchmuseum
  • the cover was made with part of a a printed OSB plate from the exhibition “Reprogramming the city” held at DOGA. (photo: © thanks for allowing us to use the image)
  • iPad, cables and transformer (bought -used-)
  • White vinyl from “rest box” at Folkeverkstedet Deichmanske bibliotek
  • Flyers made with a catalogue (trashed at the Vigeland Museum) cut 5x5cm, and letter stamps with ink (rests from shows at æDEG15)