The work is series of artivism, where the aim is to show choreography and dance unique ability for social/societal transformation. Dancing, writing and photography is a trinity that makes the art dance.
Anne Marte Eidseth Rygh has practiced as a performance artist for the last 15 years. The artist is educated in the art, psychotherapy, film and music. With the body as a starting point, she explore place, time and action.
Lena Chen (San Francisco, 1987) is a Chinese American writer and artist working across performance and social practice.
Linnea Langfjord Kristensen (1991) er en kunstner og performer fra Danmark med en MA fra The Royal College of Art, London.
Mustafa Boğa is an artist based in the UK and Turkey. He completed his masters degree in 2016 from Central Saint Martins in London after studying for an MA in Fine Art.
Dany Devero works with performance, dance and owns the art gallery and artist residency, Skarpeteigen in Øystese / Hardanger.
Myclef Laun is an artist, curator and writer based in Bergen, Norway. Laun is well known for his playful approach to choreography with solo projects and the post-Situationist performance duo The Avalanche Boys.
Sidsel Christensen is a visual artist and currently Ph.D research fellow at the Department of Fine Art in Bergen. She maintains a crossdisciplinarity focus, that traverses the artistic areas of New Media and Installation, and engages in spatial, text
Ina Otzko's artistic methods combine results from research, travel and experiences and her practice includes photography, video, sound, text, sculpture and performance.
Sigmund Skars deals with new attitudes and aspects concerning our everyday environment. Crossovers and a mixture of techniques are often embodied, primarily coming out as sculpture/performance or documentation, photo and video.
Mari Norddahl's work revolves around soft objects, treated as things and as toys, as nothings and beings. The objects follow an organic aesthetic and have a similarity to the corporeal, but with colours and materials that feel foreign to the body.
Lime Rickey International is the superconsciousness of Leyya Mona Tawil, an artist working with dance, sound and conceptual practices.
Born 1960 in Norway, Johannessen works within performance artist’s books video and installations since the early eighties. His work is minimalist and poetic, and at times with a touch of humour.
In Vilde's often overwhelming and abundant happenings, she invites the onlookers into an intensified, reimagined universe, where she makes myths and stories around the small things present.
Hanna Pherson is a performance artist, visual artist working with themes such as identity, everyday thoughts and personal relationships.
Bjørn Venø is an Arthemist that works with photography, video, performance art, writing, drawing and music.
Pavana Reid is working mainly in Performance Art and Performance related photography and moving picture. Solo/group collective, site-specific and initiating art projects.
Frantzsen&Mjanger is an artist duo located in Bergen. The artists challenge the traditional approach to the material in a meeting between crafts and participatory, performing contemporary art.
Masja is working with the themes of feeling shunned and different, isolated and outcast. Feeling like an outsider or (bytting- norwegian term for troll children from old tales) in today's society.
Hild Borchgrevink is an artist and musicologist. Her artistic work examines publicness and public spaces, often through time-based or temporary installations.
Anette Friedrich Johannessen is a performance / video artist living in Bergen Norway. She hold a BFA from Camberwell College of Arts, London. In Bergen, Anette is head of board of Performance Art Bergen and co-organizer of Public performances PAB OS.
Nayara Leite (b. 1989) is a Brazilian visual artist based in Bergen, Norway, whose practice navigates between the political and the autobiographical.
Brazilian/Italian visualartist (b.1976). Lives and works in Bergen. During an international professional career spanning 15 years Chieco has produced a large body of research-based work encompassing performance, painting, drawing, installations.
Gitte Sætre's oeuvre deals with current and relevant issues, such as climate change, neoliberal ideological patterns, as well as cultural radicalism. Her body of work is characterized by the weight of contemporary society.
In his practice, Elias Björn often works with people, both as physical material and their bodies, but also with their own stories, their personal lives and questions about their individual place in the collective.
Hans Christian van Nijkerk (b.1982, Amsterdam, the Netherlands) is a performance artist, visual artist and musician who lives in Bergen, Norway.
Agnes Btffn, visual artist educated at the Norwegian art academy in Oslo and the print workshop in Stavanger. Born in France and lives in Norway.
Rita Marhaug - Rita Marhaug’s performance praxis started last half of the -90ies. Educated from Norwegian art schools during the -80ies
Traci Kelly lives and works in Stuttgart DE . Traci frequently make work for specific contexts and sites, embodying the hauntings of history
Between 2005 & 2015, Agnes Nedregård developed performance in international contexts, ranging from institutions, performance festivals to public spaces, All of Nedregård's practice is now done in conjunction with Alt Går Bra, the art group.
In her solo-exhibitions Carr works mostly with colorful installations that include sculpture, live-and video-performance. The performances in these intimate rooms are also presented as photography.
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ELFI SVERDRUP (b.1958) expresses herself through performance, jewelry and as a vocal performer. She has 8 years of art college, and has been working full time with art since 1977.
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Frans Jacobi is a visual artist (b. 1960). Lives and works in Copenhagen and Bergen. Jacobi works with performance, text and images.
Franzisca Siegrist was born in Switzerland, raised in Spain (Canary Islands), lives mostly in Oslo, Norway and works internationally. She is also co-founder and chair of the artist run initiative PAO – Performance Art Oslo (Norway)
Raised in Brazil, trained in the UK and Norway and now based in Bergen, artist, weaver and textile designer Kiyoshi Yamamoto brings a rich mix of cultural influences to his work, combining the Japanese tradition of fine craftsmanship with the Brazili
Gøril Wallin is born in Finnmark, Norway. She is a visual artist, with a Master in Fine Art from the Bergen Academy of Art and Design. She works within performance, installation and costume/scenography.
Susanne works as a theatre maker in the company LIVESTOCK and as a freelance scenographer and performer. She has her basic education in visual arts and a BA in scenography from Norwegian Theatre Academy.
Henrik Koppen (f. 1990 i Volda, Sunnmøre)
Laurel Jay Carpenter investigates longing, devotion and intimacy in her sculptural, durational performances. Originally from the USA, Carpenter has presented at festivals, galleries and contemporary art centers internationally.
Eleanor Clare has been working in the field of performance, sound and video since 2003. Recently she exhibited at the Bargehouse in London and produced work for BUZZCUT Glasgow, Bristol Mayfest, Exhibit Festival Venice & NWEAMO.
Mia Øquist, lives and works as a visual/performance artist in Bergen. Since she graduated from the Bergen National Academy in 2009 she has focused on performances, texts and drawings. Øquist has done performances in Norway, Europe, USA and China.
Lizlot is mexican artist living in Norway since 2001. She expreses her art through performance, dance, music, voice, body paint and hand made art.
Frauke Materlik works take shape in multipart installations, photography and performances
Gillian Carson was born in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1960 and has lived and worked in Bergen, Norway since 1987. Carson works with text and object based performance.
Marit Tunestveit Dyre works within a field of interest that concerns and explores the individual and interpersonal relationships, through the body and physical participation.
Ingeborg Blom Andersskog works moves in between intuition and reflection, spontaneity and the sublime true performance, installations & sculptures.