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Margrethe Aanestad

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Prosjektrom Normanns

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Employment History

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Affiliations

Stavanger Ltd

Advisory Board


Education

fine arts

Rogaland Art College


BA

Art History , Aesthetic Philosophy , Film Theory & History and Cultural Management & Leadership

University of Stavanger


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2016 February : OPEN SOURCE GALLERY

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Margrethe Aanestad
What is the cHURCH? | cHURCH OF MONIKA: Margrethe Aanestad | Artist Website | Facebook Event Join us as Margrethe Aanestad, co-founder of Prosjektrom Normanns, discusses her work and the current exhibit at Open Source, Transcendental Tactility. This is a free event and bagels and coffee will be served. Margrethe Aanestad (b. Stavanger, Norway 1974) is based in Stavanger, Norway and Brooklyn, NY. Thematically her work is about form, spatiality and materiality, which she explores in an contemplative, abstract and minimalistic language through sculpture, installation and two-dimensional formats. The materials used in the three-dimensional work are normally found objects. For exhibitions she works site-specific, working with with the features of the room, atmosphere and light conditions, in a dialogue with the space. Aanestad has education background from primarily fine arts, but also graphic design, art history, cultural development and curating. Aanestad is co-founder and co-curator of the artist run space Prosjektrom Normanns in Stavanger and is co-founder and -owner of the co-working space Erfjorgata 8 in Stavanger. She also is currently the Advisory Board of Kunsthall Stavanger.


church of Monika : OPEN SOURCE GALLERY

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Margrethe Aanestad
What is the cHURCH? | cHURCH OF MONIKA: Margrethe Aanestad | Artist Website | Facebook Event Join us as Margrethe Aanestad, co-founder of Prosjektrom Normanns, discusses her work and the current exhibit at Open Source, Transcendental Tactility. This is a free event and bagels and coffee will be served. Margrethe Aanestad (b. Stavanger, Norway 1974) is based in Stavanger, Norway and Brooklyn, NY. Thematically her work is about form, spatiality and materiality, which she explores in an contemplative, abstract and minimalistic language through sculpture, installation and two-dimensional formats. The materials used in the three-dimensional work are normally found objects. For exhibitions she works site-specific, working with with the features of the room, atmosphere and light conditions, in a dialogue with the space. Aanestad has education background from primarily fine arts, but also graphic design, art history, cultural development and curating. Aanestad is co-founder and co-curator of the artist run space Prosjektrom Normanns in Stavanger and is co-founder and -owner of the co-working space Erfjorgata 8 in Stavanger. She also is currently the Advisory Board of Kunsthall Stavanger.


open-source-gallery.org

Margrethe Aanestad
What is the cHURCH? | cHURCH OF MONIKA: Margrethe Aanestad | Artist Website | Facebook Event Join us as Margrethe Aanestad, co-founder of Prosjektrom Normanns, discusses her work and the current exhibit at Open Source, Transcendental Tactility. This is a free event and bagels and coffee will be served. Margrethe Aanestad (b. Stavanger, Norway 1974) is based in Stavanger, Norway and Brooklyn, NY. Thematically her work is about form, spatiality and materiality, which she explores in an contemplative, abstract and minimalistic language through sculpture, installation and two-dimensional formats. The materials used in the three-dimensional work are normally found objects. For exhibitions she works site-specific, working with with the features of the room, atmosphere and light conditions, in a dialogue with the space. Aanestad has education background from primarily fine arts, but also graphic design, art history, cultural development and curating. Aanestad is co-founder and co-curator of the artist run space Prosjektrom Normanns in Stavanger and is co-founder and -owner of the co-working space Erfjorgata 8 in Stavanger. She also is currently the Advisory Board of Kunsthall Stavanger. Margrethe Aanestad: Herein


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Margrethe Aanestad explores spatial relationships through form, color, material, and space.
She uses various techniques on paper and a careful orchestration of found objects to reveal a sublime balance. Her compositions are not only a relationship between drawings and three-dimensional panels but a response to the space and place itself. Aanestad has been working in Miami for several weeks and has been exploring this place. She has transformed the experience into an installation of sculpture and works on paper-taking in the energy of the city and collecting materials, from the streets and leftover items that find themselves discarded in thrifts and trash bins. As Aanestad works, she's responding to the exhibition space and the city in a very intuitive way. Making decisions about choices in materials, arrangements, and compositions based on the experience of her stay. She allows coincidences, fragments, layers and relationships between objects to reveal themselves in the process. The idea for Hither/Thereat or "to this place/at that place" in Old English, reveals the artist's state of mind in coming from "thereat" and reflecting on "hither" through the process of collecting, working and displaying. Margrethe Aanestad Margrethe Aanestad studied fine arts at the Rogaland Art College and graduated with a BA from the University of Stavanger in Art History, Aesthetic Philosophy, Film Theory & History, and Cultural Management & Leadership. Since 2001, she has worked independently to initiate, produce, and curate many projects in Stavanger, where she is also an educator and also serves on the Advisory Board of Kunsthall Stavanger. She is co-founder and co-curator of the artist-run space Prosjektrom Normanns (2010) and co-founder and co-owner of Erfjordgata 8 (2013), a coworking space, both located in Stavanger.


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Margrethe Aanestad, Leyla Cárdenas, Juan Pablo Garza, Jacin Giordano, Sabrina Gschwandtner, Ariel Orozco, Aurora Passero, Kerry Phillips, Leyden Rodríguez-Casanova, Jamilah Sabur, Robert Thiele, Frances Trombly, Cullen Washington Jr.
Margrethe Aanestad Margrethe Aanestad studied fine arts at the Rogaland Art College and graduated with a BA from the University of Stavanger in Art History, Aesthetic Philosophy, Film Theory & History, and Cultural Management & Leadership. Since 2001, she has worked independently to initiate, produce, and curate many projects in Stavanger, where she is also an educator and also serves on the Advisory Board of Kunsthall Stavanger. She is co-founder and co-curator of the artist-run space Prosjektrom Normanns (2010) and co-founder and co-owner of Erfjordgata 8 (2013), a coworking space, both located in Stavanger.


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