27 & 28 April 2019

Oslo Opens Reference group
Astrup Fearnley Museum for Moderne Art
Atelier Nord
Ekebergparken
Billedkunstnerne i Oslo og Akershus (BOA)
Forbundet Frie Fotografer (FFF)
Fotogalleriet
Fellesverkstedet
Kunstnernes Hus
The National Museum of Art, Archtecture and Design
Norsk Billedhoggerforening (NBF)
Norske Kunsthåndverkere Oslo og Akershus (NKOA)
Norsk senter for teknologi i musikk og kunst (NOTAM)
Norske tekstilkuntnere/SOFT
Tegnerforbundet (TF)
Young Artists Society (UKS)


Partners
Norwegian Crafts
Atelier
B-Open
OCA
Plot
Subjekt


Supported by
Adam Mickiewicz Institute
Arts Council Norway
City of Oslo, Agency for Cultural Affairs
The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Eggen, Ingrid

Photo, video, sculpture

Ingrid Eggen makes use of a conceptual approach to the body in her artistic practice.
She explores the body’s function and dysfunctions. With the help of performative methods, Eggen looks into movements and acts where the body’s natural anatomy, non-verbal language and use of gestures are displaced, dissolved and twisted. This in relation to communication, representation, control and awareness.

Ingrid Eggen works mainly with analog color photography and video. The have started experimenting with sculpture.

Member of UKS, NBK, FFF

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Planned projects and exhibitions

2018/19: STAFETT II, an art stafett between eight artist over one year. Initiated by Nina Strand (the editor of The Norwegian journal on contemporary lense-based art Objektiv) and Tomas Lagermand Lundme.


2019: QB gallery (group show).
2019: Fotogalleriet, Oslo – The spring exhibition.

CV

EDUCATION:
2015: Academin Valand, School of Photography, Gothenburg, Independent Project (6 mnd).
2003-2006: Oslo National Academy of the Arts , BA Institute for Colour/ Visual Arts.
2005: Konstfack, University College of Arts, Crafts and Design, Faculty of Fine Arts, Stockholm.
2002-2003: Folkeuniversitetet, Art and Design school- Foundation in photography.
1999-2000: Spin-Off Dance School – 1- year foundation in contemporary dance. Oslo.

SOLO and DUO EXHIBITIONS
Past:
2018: Gallery Knipsu, Bergen (solo)
2018: Tiblisi Night of Photography 2018 (group show)
2018: Tenthaus, Oslo, NO – A collaborative project with Jennie Hagevik Bringaker (solo)
2017: Kneganger – Landskrona Fotofestival, SV (solo)
2017: Knax – MELK gallery, Oslo, NO
2017: Knex – Akershus Art Center, Lillestrøm, NO
2016: Kneganger – Gallery Galleberg, Tønsberg, NO
2015: FORHØST – A collaborative project with Admir Batlak – Galleri 1857, Oslo, NO
2014: Vegg i mellom – Søgne Gamle Prestegård, Søgne, NO w/ Stine Wexelsen Goksøyr
2014: teriører – A collaboration w/Admir Batlak – One night Only gallery, Oslo, NO
2014: putte ord i munnen – Rake, Trondheim, NO w/ Stine Wexelsen Goksøyr
2013: Folde t – gallery Holodech – , Oslo, NO
2013: Å øyne – Podium, Oslo, NO w/Stine Wexelsen Goksøyr

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

Past:
2018: Tiblisi Night of Photography 2018 

2017/18: Works from the collection – Haugar Vestfold Artmuseum, Tønsberg, NO
2018: Dislocating Surfaces at Centro de la Imagen / Mexico City – curated by MELK gallery
2017: DNB Sparebankstiftelsen stipendutstilling, Oslo Kunstforegning, NO
2017: Juleutstillingen – Kunstnerforbundet, Oslo
2017: The norwegian sculpture biennale, Oslo, NO – exhibition catalog project
2017: Se, sedd. Ögon på en gyllene tallrik – Jesper Brochmands gade 6, København, DK
2016: Prayer – Ulterior gallery, LES, New York, US
2016: Why do things get in a muddle – Fotogalleriet, Oslo, NO
2016: A Collective Psychogeographical Guide to Oslo – a satellite exhibition for the Norwegian Drawing Biennale 2016,Oslo,NO
2016: Slow Pictures – Contemporary photography – Lillehammer Art Museum, Lillehammer, NO
2016: Some observations – Christian Duvernois gallery and Residency Unlimited, Nyc, US
2016: Springexhibition – Gallery TM51, Oslo 2015: Island Fever (sculpture exhibition) Galleri Gamle Ormelet, Tjøme, NO
2013/14: Folde t (performance) – at Skulpturbiennalen 2013 and Fjøsfestivalen, Melhus, NO.
2013: The Annual National exhibition of visual arts – Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo.
2013: Gangart – Kunstforeningen Verdens Ende, Tjøme, NO

COLLECTIONS:
2018: Upcoming – KORO at Riksteateret, Nydalen, NO
2017: Kunst på Arbeidsplassen, NO
2016: Haugar Vestfold Kunstmuseum, NO
2016: Imago Mundi collection, IT
2014: Sara Christensen´s Collection, NO
2012: The Bibliothèque nationale de France, FR

GRANTS and RESIDENCY:

2918: Project support – Fegerstenstiftelsen, Unifor, NO.
2018: Exhibition support – Arts Council Norway

2018: Project support – Ingrid Lindback Langaard Foundation
2017: Project support w/Jennie Hagevik Bringaker – Vederlagsfondet, NBK, NO
2017: Project support – Vederlagsfondet, NBK, NO
2017: Oslo Kommune, project support.
2017: 3-year working grant – Statens Arbeidsstipend for etablerte kunstnere, FFF, NO.
2016: Arts Council Norway – Exhibition support 
2016: Exhibition and project support – Arts Council Norway
2016: Residency Unlimited, New York, US (3 months)
2016: Residency support – Ragnvald & Ida Blix´Fond, DK and Stiftelsen Thomas Fearnley, Heddy og Nils Astrup.
2015: 2-year working grant – Statens Arbeidsstipend for etablerte kunstnere, FFF, NO.
2014: 1-year working grant – Vederlagsfondet, NBK, NO.
2014: Project support – The Foundation of Ingrid Lindbæch Langaard
2013: Diversestipend – FFF, NO.
2012: Residency – Cite internationale des Artes,Paris.
2011: Project support – Norsk Fotografisk Fond and Vederlagsfondet, NBK, NO.
2011: 2-­year working grant – yngre/nyetablerte kunstnere, FFF, NO.
2010: Diversestipend – FFF, NO.

Open on: Saturday

Address

Atelier CK2

Christian Kroghs gate 2, 0186 Oslo
Oslo sentralbanestasjon

www.ingrideggen.no