The silkscreen prints shown in the Trykkeriet exhibit are part of a continuing exploration of works titled How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the International Monetary System that Kenneth Steinbach has been developing in diverse media and approaches over the past several years.  The series explores the visual characteristics and underlying behaviors of fiat currencies.  Fiat currencies […]

Trykkeriet is pleased to announce a series of artist initiated one night events . The name of the series is TRYKKERIET EVENTS and welcomes any type of artistic medium. Please contact Trykkeriet for more information and to see if we can find a spot for your project! First up is video and performance artist ronnie s who will present his new video works that was produced in the Trykkeriet projectroom during fall 2016. His presentation starts at 8:30 p.m on February 18th.

Moving Matter consists of silkscreens and sculptural paper that have been produced during Lølands one month working period at Trykkeriet. The work is visually and thematically responding to production, local history and hand-craft and has a strong relation to the site. Bringing his hands-on and improvised working method to this field has resulted in works where the interest in materials, textures and surfaces are present. The thematic backdrop of the project is also the source for the visual elements he chooses to use in his formal and improvised compositions.

«Everything There is» is a series consisting of 5 silkscreened collages (70 x 100 cm) which use photographs from different objects from nature and natural phenomenon. The theme of the series is the human relation to nature, the world, the object, and connects to the idea of the anthroposcene age which implies that «nature» is a term that belongs to the past. Nature is no longer seen as a force separated from and ambivalent to human activity. The human being forms the nature, and nature and human are one.

Trykkeriet – Senter for Samtidsgrafikk is pleased to announce the tenth edition of the collaboration exhibition project ONE with artist graphic designer and film maker Petri Henriksson.

The exhibition «An Uncut Line» is a collaborative project between Trykkeriet and Anna Christina Lorenzen. The series of woodcuts (125 cm x 245 cm) makes use of the maximum print format for woodcut printing at Trykkeriet.

I utstillingen ’Epoch’ på Trykkeriet har Janne Kruse arbeidet med reproduksjon av fotografisk materiale og sin hukommelse fra en seiltur over Atlanterhavet. Hun undersøker sammenfallende rom mellom den fotografiske billedflaten, fremkallingen av minnet og kroppen som registrator av både sine egne og omgivelsenes bevegelser. Reisens steder er løsrevet fra deres egentlige geografi. I stedet opptrer motivet i fotografiene som et hukommelsesparameter. Hva er et bilde og hvordan kan vi være del av et bilde?

Trykkeriet is pleased to announce the ninth edition of the collaboration exhibition project ONE with invited artist Asbjørn Hollerud.

TRYKKERIET is pleased to present a series of new works by Borghild R Unneland  on November 21st from 8 p.m In collaboration with Borghild R Unneland, Trykkeriet has produced silkscreened and marbeled papers to be released on Saturday November 21st. This is the fourth project this year where Trykkeriet invites an artist to make a […]

TRYKKERIET is pleased to present a series of new works by Apichaya Wanthiang November 7th at 20:00 o’clock. Wanthiang has during the autumn worked on a series of silkscreens at Trykkeriet that will be part of her exhibition:  A Sudden Outburst of Laughter, Dwindling. Beside the prints, paintings are central in her show. The exhibition […]