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Madsen, Ida

Tegning

Medlem av TF, NBK

Madsen1
Cosmic Composition I
Madsen2
Cosmic Composition II
Madsen3
Dust Drawing III & XI
Madsen4
Untitled

CV

CV: Ida Madsen (b.1983)

EDUCATION:
MA, Oslo National Academy of the Arts, (2010-2013).
BA, Oslo National Academy of the Arts, (2006-2010).

EXHIBITIONS:
Upcoming:
Solo show, Elephant Kunsthall, Lillehammer, Norway (2017).
Earlier:
From here, group show, Art Museum KUBE, Ålesund, Norway (2015).
Handlingens gang, The Western Norway Exhibition, group show and traveling exhibition. Collaboration with composer Øyvind Torvund. Curated by Kjersti Solbakken (2015).
Doodled Synthetic Landscape, One Night Only, duo-exhibition with composer Øyvind Torvund, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, Norway (2015).
Dating Service, group show, curated by Andreas Schlaegel, Autocenter, Berlin (2014).
Master Exhibtion, final year show, Oslo National Academy of the Arts, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, Norway (2013).

OTHER PROJECTS:
Initiater and organizer of the group show A Collective Psychogeographic Guide to Oslo, part of the Drawing Biennial 2016, Oslo, Norway. 206 artists participated with one drawing each. Initiated and organized in collaboration with
 artists Ottar Karlsen and Eirik Senje.

Initiater and organizer of the seminar Bum or Protagonist? The Artists Role in the Future City, Sentralen, Oslo, Norway (2016). In collaboration with artist Ingrid Lønningdal and The Young Artists Society.

Initiater and editor for the pamphlet A Collective Effort for Lost Causes (2016). Publication with texts about artist economy and urban development. Contributers: Lotte Konow Lund (artist), Gaute Brochmann (writer and art critic), Ingeborg Apall-Olsen (Directorate for Cultural Heritage), Jonny Aspen (Associate Professor at Institute of Urbanism and Landscape, The Oslo School of Architecture and Design), and Hans Thorsen (artist and writer).

Initiater and organizer of the group show A Collective Effort for Lost Causes, Podium, Oslo, Norway (2013). With an actual or imagined studio space as theme, 70 artists participated with one drawing each. Initiated and organized in collaboration with artist Ottar Karlsen.

STIPENDS/PROJECT SUPPORT:
One year working grant, The Association of Norwegian Visual Artists (2017)
Project support, Arts Council Norway (2016)
Project support, The Association of Norwegian Visual Artists (2016)
Project support, municipality of Oslo (2016)
Project support, The Association of Norwegian Visual Artists (2015)
Stipend, municipality of Oslo (2014)
Project support, Arts Council Norway 2014)
Project supprt for art and technology, Arts Council Norway (2014)
One year working grant, The Association of Norwegian Visual Artists (2014)
BKH- establishing stipend (2013)
Project support, municipality of Oslo (2013)
Project support, The Association of Norwegian Visual Artists (2013)

OTHER:
Guest teacher, Oslo National Academy of the Arts (2017)
Board member, The National Drawing Society (2015-2017)

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