Monday, December 7, 2015

Patrice Lerochereuil performance at Solivagant*

On the occasion of the opening of Anne Senstad's new neon sculpture exhibition Soft Geometry Liquid Commodity at Solivagant* in New York, French performance artist Patrice Lerochereuil performed a piece written by Robert Filliou in 1977.
Nov 12 - Dec 13, 2015

Sunday, December 6, 2015

A sound performance by Kuzka at Solivagant*

A live sound performance by Brazilian composer, musician and artist Kuzka on the occasion of Anne Senstad's  solo exhibition Soft Geometry Liquid Commodity at Solivagant*, 53 Orchard St, Ny NY 10002.

Nov 12 - Dec 13, 2015

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Athr Gallery, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia 2016

Below: The Infinitesimal, by Anne Senstad multiple projections, sound, wind, aroma. 
47 min loop. Sound by C.C. Hennix and Chora(s)san Time Court Mirage.

Anne Senstad in the village of Al Okas, Saudi Arabia 2015

Site specific video projections by Anne Senstad: Colour Synesthesia VI, 2014 by Anne Senstad, sound by CC Hennix.

Reinventing Asir: Outdoor Installation & Symposium

The abandoned village of Al Okas was used as a canvas to project artwork from local artists such as Abdullah Hammas, ShadiaAlem and Dana Awartani who are internationally known for their distinctive regionally based artwork. It also included an installation from world-renowned fashion designer, Yahya Al Bishri and light projections from Norwegian video artist, Anne Senstad. Other projections included time lapse videos of artwork such as ‘A Tribute to Fatmah Abu Gahas’ by internationally recognized artist Hend Al Mansour. The event also displayed local involvement from artists of Meftaha arts village in Abha and majilis painters – a genre of painting used in Asir.The event included a three-day symposium and was attended by many visitors who came from the surrounding communities, from Abha, Riyadh and from Jeddah. International researchers and artists, members of the German and French consulates, the Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities, Dar Al Hekma faculty and students were amongst the many who had made their way to Al Okas. 

REINVENTING ASIR storytellers included:
Abdullah Hammas, (Artist)
Fatimah: Queen of Heaven, Hend Al Mansour, (Artist KSA)
The Tree of Guardians, Manal Al Dowayan, (Artist KSA)
The Black Arch, Shadia Alem, (Artist KSA)
Beirut39, Abdullah Thabit, (Poet & Writer KSA)
The Capitol Dome, Abdulnasser Gharem, (Artist KSA)
Piece of Paradise, Arwa Al Naemi, (Artist KSA)
Abdu Arishi , (Artist KSA)
Mohamed Ali Shrahili, (Artist KSA)
Abdul Majeed Al Sheri, (Artist KSA)
Ibrahim Al-Almaiy; Yahya Bishri, (Fashion Designer)
Orientalism, Dana Awartani, (Artist KSA)
Zafarana Al Asiri, (Local Painter)
Hebeba Al Asiri, (Local Painter)
Keharah Al Shri, (Local Painter)
The Infinity of Color, Anne Katrine Senstad,(Multidisciplinary Artist - installation art, photography, video, site and time specific)
The Rainbow Houses of Arabia, The Emblematic pillar of Rijal, Crossed Sights between Bedouin Art and Mural Art, Thierry Mauger, (Ethno-photographer, Anthropologiste and Professor)
Al-Hizam/La Ceinture; Ahmed Abo-Dahman, (Writer KSA)
Rwaya TV, Saleh Abo-Amrah, (Comedian Actor KSA)
Lost Stories of Asir, Faris Thakfan, (Chief of Qatani tribe)
Ali Magawi, (Asir Heritage Expert and Writer)
Ahmed Niazi, (Asir Heritage Expert and Collector)