23.—24. april

Sayed Sattar Hasan

Adressen til Sayed Sattar sitt atelier er Rådhusplassen 1, 0037 Oslo
Atelieret er åpent søndag 24. april

Sayed Sattar Hasan is a British born artist based in Oslo, Norway. His practice is process-based and freely uses different mediums to suit his ideas. His current artistic approach could be described as ‘post-pop, conceptual crafts’, and he is increasingly drawn to storytelling.

Hasan’s work explores the myth of self and collective identities, heritage and belonging, the fault lines between tradition and change, and the need for reinvention. The narratives Hasan develops are often interwoven with his own biography and told with a degree of humour.

He currently holds an artist studio at Oslo City Hall, until summer 2022, which is awarded to an international artist, and his work is held in private and public collections. Hasan is interested in creating discourse on artistic practice and is co-founder and group convener of the PRAKSIS Development Forum. An artist peer support group developed in collaboration with PRAKSIS, Olso.

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Tittel: Ramme no.1 Navn: Sayed Sattar Hasan Teknikk: Veving Størrelse: 100 x 80cm År: 2021 Foto: av Kunstneren

Planlagte prosjekter og utstillinger

Jeg Kaller Det Kunst, Nasjonalmuseet, Oslo, juni – september 2022

City Hall Artist Studio Exit Show, juni 2022

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Sayed Sattar Hasan is a British born artist based in Oslo, Norway. His practice is process-based and freely uses different mediums to suit his ideas. His current artistic approach could be described as ‘post-pop, conceptual crafts’, and he is increasingly drawn to storytelling.

Hasan’s work explores the myth of self and collective identities, heritage and belonging, the fault lines between tradition and change, and the need for reinvention. The narratives Hasan develops are often interwoven with his own biography and told with a degree of humour.

Hasan currently holds an artist studio at Oslo City Hall, until summer 2022, which is awarded to an international artist. He is co-founder and group convener of the PRAKSIS Development Forum. An artist peer support group developed in collaboration with PRAKSIS, Olso.

Artistic Education

MA in Photography and Urban Cultures, Goldsmiths College, London, UK, 2009
BA (hons) in Illustration, Kingston University, UK, 2001

Collections

• Hasan’s work is held by: Oslo Museum, Nordnorsk Kunst Museum, REV Collection, Sogn og Fjordane Kunst Museum

Selected Exhibitions, Residences, Workshops & Grants (in chronological order)

2021
• Christmas Exhibition, Oslo Kunstforbundet
• As far as my Eye can Sea, group show, Bomuldsfabriken Kunsthall
• Hasansens Kjelke, open workshop and onsite residency, Nordnorsk Kunst Museum
• Hasansens Kjelke, solo show, Intercultural Museum, Oslo Museum
• Hasansens Benk, Rom for Kunst, Oslo Sentral Station

2020
• Hasansens Benk, Rom for Kunst, Oslo Sentral Station
DKS Testlab in association with Fotogalleriet and Oslo Kunstforening
• Artist Workshop, Utopia Amiss, Trans Art Institute
• Artist Talk and Screening, Romsdal Art Center, Molde, Norway
• Hasansens Workshop, Nordnorsk Kunst Museum, Tromsø, Norway
• Hasansens Kjelke, solo Show, Intercultural Museum, Oslo Museum

2019
• Recipient of Lyd og Bild fund, Arts Council Norway
• Developing Your Creative Practice, Arts Council England, recipient of DYCP funding award (round 5)
NAE Open, group Show, New Art Exchange, Nottingham, UK
• Awarded Artist Studio (for international visual artist) at Oslo City Hall, for two year period
• Praksis Development Forum, monthly peer-support group for artists, PRAKSIS, Oslo, Norway
• Arts Coucil Norway, funding received for the Praksis Development Forum
• Mutated Tradition, Wild Learning Workshop Programme, Fermynwoods Contemporary, UK

2018
• Charting the Invisible – Chapter II, group show, Hospital Júlio de Matos, Lisbon, Portugal
• Detroit Kunsthalle Under New Management, collaborative show, Studio 17, Stavanger, Norway
• Monumental/Temporal, group show, Urtegate 9, Oslo, Norway
• Praksis Artist Residency Programme, Oslo, Norway
• How Are You Doing Sleaford? Collaborative show, National Centre of Craft and Design, UK
• Here, There and Everywhere, group show, Artspace Boan, Seoul, South Korea
• UK/Korea Artists’ Residency Exchange Programme, with New Art Exchange (UK) & Artspace Boan (SK)
• Where We Live, workshop series with Beyond the Blues self-help group, artsNK, Sleaford, UK
• Work In Progress, bi-monthly peer-support group for artists, NN Contemporary, UK

2017
• Charting the Invisible, group show, APT Gallery, London UK
• In- Case, group show, Intercession Gallery, Northampton, UK
• My Granddad’s Car II, 2nd Changjiang, Video and Photography Biennale, China
• My Granddad’s Car II, Alchemy Festival, Southbank Centre, London, UK
• My Granddad’s Car II, collaborative show, Stephen Lawrence Gallery, London, UK
• Work In Progress, bi-monthly peer support group for artists, NN Contemporary, UK

2016
• My Granddad’s Car II, collaborative show, New Art Exchange, UK
• Arts Council England, Grants for the arts award, to produce My Granddad’s Car II
• Jewels of Greyfriars, product launch, NN Contemporary, UK
• Work In Progress, bi-monthly peer support group for artists, NN Contemporary, UK

2015
NORTHAMPTON IS MY FATE, public art project, commissioned by NN Contemporary, UK
• Form, Just Another Photography Festival, New Delhi, India
• Sunscreen Project, East-midlands Pavillion, Venice Biennale, Italy
• Third Space, two person show with Vivienne Ratray, NN Contemporary Northampton, UK
• Form, Format International Photography Festival, Derby, UK
• Movement, group show, Bogotá Arte Contemporáneo, Columbia
• Self- Initiated Artist Residency, New Art Exchange, Nottingham, UK
• Arts Council England Grants for the Arts Award, to develop FORM

2014
• Recurrence, solo show, Ikhlaq – Ul – Zahoor Gallery, Lahore, Pakistan
• Artist residency, National College of Art, Lahore, Pakistan
• Movement, Silverprint, London, UK

2013
• My Granddad’s Car, Lagos International Photography festival, Nigeria
• My Granddad’s Car, RecylART, Brussels, Belgium

2012
• My Granddad’s Car, Culture Cloud, New Art Exchange, Nottingham, UK
• I Know It’s Hard To Understand, The First Photography Biennale, Lima, Peru
• My Granddad’s Car, public installation, Heathrow terminal 5, London, UK

2011
• Arts Council England Grants for the Arts Award, to develop & exhibit My Granddad’s Car
• Hybrid Lives, Stephen Lawrence Gallery, London, UK