Contemporary Art, Craft & Design

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“Sorry. My signal is B3IG3”
Andreas Knag-Danielsen
ft. Rina Eide Løvaasen
B3IG3 (read:beige) is run, hosted and produced by Andreas Knag-Danielsen (NO). For the seventh iteration, in collaboration with RAM gallery, Oslo gets a chance to enter the B3IG3 universe. Taking inspiration from the underwater cable system that provides the world with online usage, B3IG3 and Rina have developed cross-discipline work in glass, textile and digital printmaking as well as a new performance character under the name of CABLE.
27. October - 26. November
To read more about the exhibition, click here.
Morten Haugmo
As seen on holy days earlier, the loomers are now looking for shrimps on the barbie daily. Stimuli cause regression. If we were to identify the unconditioned, we could meet in the small boat and charge it with halothane. Long time effectivity on that intention. Kid narcosis made me dream of the shrimpblunt. Got it. Hammered. Når det kommer en båt med bananer. See through the minds eye like coming out of deep sleep. Its the fox, the wolf, the bear, the weasel, the eagle and the forest doves. Then you think you swallowed a bee. We are now barfing together. Know its about melatonin and the pineal gland. Dimethyltryptamine is part of brain chemistry. Way to go shithead.
27. October - 26. November
To read more about the exhibition, click here.
Interview with artist Gabrielle Paré

Earlier this spring RAM exhibited Gabrielle Paré's exhibition Choosing My Words. The exhibition explored the complex and often painful encounters with bureaucracy for a forreigner in Norway. We invited the artist to talk more about her work and motivations.

What happened at RAM last year? Find out by clicking the link below!


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