Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Galleri Balder August 18th, 2022

SALONG BALDER -  opening Reception Aug 18th, 6-8 pm

Sverre Aurstad

Christian Houge

Stine Loe Jenssen

Raymond Mosken

Tom Sandberg

Anne Katrine Senstad

Erik Skabo

Stig Marlon Weston

Jan Walaker


Galleri Balder

Riddervolds gate 9

Oslo, Norway


http://www.galleribalder.com






Saturday, May 14, 2022

Anne Katrine Senstad & Aura Seikkula: Artistic expertise and curatorial...


An artist talk with Anne Katrine Senstad's on her practice with curator and Art historian Aura Seikkula in February this year as part of a seminar at Turku University. The talk, Artistic Expertise and Curatorial Strategies took place on zoom with Turku University in Finland, organized in partnership with Art Promotion Center Finland/Taike, Turku University and Turku Museum Centre. 

Tuesday, February 15, 2022

Expanding horizons of art - New artistic expertise

 

Expanding Horizons of Art - New Artistic Expertise - Webinar series - Finland


Thu 13.1. Time 14.00 - Thu 17.2.2022 Time 19.00 

Webinar series


In the series of lectures organized by Arts Promotion Centre Finland, Turku UAS’ Arts Academy and Turku Museum Centre, Finnish and international professionals from the field of contemporary art come together to share their work in the expanding horizons of public art. How do digital technologies shape our conception of art (today)? How is the new expertise shown in artistic working processes? What types of phenomena does art deal with at this moment in time? 


Lectures and speakers 

13.1. 14–16    Kalle Nio & Hans Rosenström: Hetki julkisessa tilassa (in Finnish) 
20.1. 14–16    Maija Kovari, Kristiina Ljokkoi & Ville-Matti Rautjoki: Näkökulmia nykytaiteen tilaamiseen (in Finnish) 
27.1. 14–16    Matterlurgy & Taru Elfving: At the edges of vision (in English) 
3.2.  14–16     Sanna Lehtinen & Denise Ziegler (in Finnish) Taide ja valta arjen kaupunkitilassa (suomeksi) 
10.2. 14–16    Erich Berger & Björn KrögerBioart Society: Navigating the fine madness of art and science (in English) 
17.2. 17–19    Anne Katrine Senstad & Aura Seikkula: Artistic expertise and curatorial strategies (in English

The lectures are arranged in Finnish and English on Zoom.  

Register here by 11th January.

 

The series of lectures is a part of Arts Promotion Centre Finland’s development programme for artistic expertise and mediation, and it is coordinated by Regional Artist Annika Dahlsten. Senior Lecturer in Contemporary Art Henna-Riikka Halonen and Arts Coordinator Riina Kotilainen are responsible for the implementation at Turku UAS’ Arts Academy and Senior Curator Ville-Matti Rautjoki at Turku Museum Centre. 









Wednesday, December 22, 2021

And, Already, Words - Yi Gallery, NY - Jan 8th - March 5th, 2022

 


Opening Saturday, January 8
3-6 PM
AND, ALREADY, WORDS
Contemporary Text-based Work
A Special Group Exhibition
On view through March 5
Featuring work by
Anne Katrine Senstad
Katherine Duclos
Cecilia Abeid
Li Xia
Sun Young Kang
This exhibition is both a love letter to the use of text in visual art and a probe into the power of words as a medium of expression. The artists in the exhibition, whose work ranges from neon sculpture, ceramics and oil painting to the radical use of ephemeral materials, such as breast milk on paper, have adopted innovative strategies of authoring, reproducing and recontextualizing language. Formations of language, with their infinite visual and perceptual possibilities, become conceptually and aesthetically striking images that invite diverse interpretations. These personal, political and poetic statements ruminate on consumerism, mass communication and human connection.
YI GALLERY
254 36th Street, Suite B634 (Buzzer 022)
Brooklyn, NY 11232
N, R, D 🚆 to 36 ST Brooklyn
📍Industry City, Building 2
Creative Workshops B/C Elevator 🛗 to 6R
(Next to Supernatural Shop)
Inquiries on gallery-yi.com or email info@gallery-yi.com
In compliance with the New York City mandate, visitors 5 and older must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination to enter the gallery. Visitors 18 and older are also required to show a valid I.D. Masks are required regardless of vaccination status.









Tuesday, October 26, 2021

IMMERSIVE LIGHT PBS Channel 13 New York

 IMMERSIVE WORLD now on PBS Channel 13 in New York, RAI 5 in Italy and Channel 1 + Arte in Brazil. Featuring my light sculptural work ELEMENTS in Episode 7, Season 1 alongside Dan Flavin/DIA Art Foundation, James Turrell and Anthony McCall.


MMERSIVE.WORLD EPISODEImmersive Light

Light is one of the most powerful tools that artists use to create aesthetic immersive environments. James Turrell and Dan Flavin make this kind of abstract work, and are profiled in this episode. We also meet Anthony McCall and Anne Katrine Senstad, whom one could describe as sculptors of light.


Link to PBS 13 IMMERSIVE LIGHT here





Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Welcome Back - Maggi Peyton Gallery, Manhattan Borough President's Office, New York

 


How We Live Together, Anne Katrine Senstad

Welcome Back

Maggi Peyton Gallery

Hosted by the Manhattan Borough President’s Office and President Gale Brewer

October 4th to December 6th, 2021

1 Centre St. South Entrance, 19th Floor

New York, NY 10007

(347) 239-9086



Opening Reception Monday, October 4th, 5-7pm

Maggi Peyton Gallery inside the Manhattan Borough President’s Office at 1 Centre St. South Entrance, 19th Floor, New York, NY.  


RSVP: events@manhattanbp.nyc.gov


The gallery is open to the public weekdays from 10am to  5pm. 



Welcome Back is a group exhibition featuring over thirty artists’ responses to the unprecedented COVID-19 Pandemic. Curated by Jean Sonderand for Maggi Peyton Gallery, and hosted by the Manhattan Borough President’s Office, the exhibition is an opportunity for artists and the public to come together and consider the variety of public and private experiences we have faced over the last two years. Welcome Back is a celebration of our resiliency as a city and culture, and an invitation for New Yorkers to consider how we will grow and adapt as we recover over the years to come. 


Each artist in this exhibition had a unique response to the pandemic, but certain themes jump out as we look at the collection as a whole. Some ticked away the time reading the daily updates in the news, with headlines and crosswords marking the uncertain trajectory of an unfolding, global crisis. PPE, consisting of masks, gloves, and medical ephemera, littered our lives and our streets, accumulating physically as well as symbolically. With the world cut off, the familiar shape of our homes was radically transformed. Our bedrooms and offices became safe havens in which entire lives were carried out, while a view out of a window became a portal to an unfamiliar world of vacant streets. Meanwhile, our obsession with sanitation led others to re-investigate the meaning of touch and contact, especially when physical closeness could spell a death sentence for those we cherished. Scarcity, uncertainty, and boredom drove us nearly mad, but the same forces inspired many to re-envision our lives, our communities, and our aspirations. 


Welcome Back is a reflection of how our sensibilities have changed and adapted to this ‘new normal’, and an invitation to embrace these experiences as they guide the trajectory of our recovery, in New York and beyond.


How We Live Together is a text alteration of French philosopher Roland Barthes 1977 lecture series on idiorrhythmic living formats and novelistic simulations of some everyday spaces in relation to societal ideals, tolerance and notions of oppression. The change of Barthes How To Live Together to Senstad's WE activates ideas of how We want to shape our common future as community.


The opening reception for Welcome Back will be held on Monday, October 4th, 5-7pm, at Maggi Peyton Gallery inside the Manhattan Borough President’s Office at 1 Centre St. South Entrance, 19th Floor, New York, NY.  The gallery is open to the public weekdays from 10am to  5pm.
 


Thursday, September 9, 2021

Radicall Light - Moments within Monument


A short video traveling through details of Senstad's monumental neon light, glass tube and sound installation Radical Light with an enveloping soundscape by composer and musician JG Thirlwell. From Seinajoki Kunsthall and Kai Art Center. in Collaboration with Arts Promotion Center Finland. Video by AKS Studio