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THREE YOUNG ARTISTS SHOW VIDEOS ON IDENTITY
August 30th - September 6th Identity
August 30th - September 6th Identity

Last day Friday September 6th 8:00am - 12:00


Opening:
Friday, August 30th 04:00pm - 06:00pm

Exhibition:
August 30th - September 6th

Opening hours:
Every day 8:00AM - 22:00PM

Address:
77m3 RUM, Tunøgade, 8000 Aarhus C

Here I am - Three videos on Identity

How is it that we ourselves perceive influence and input into the formation of our personality, and how does it relate to identity. The exhibition addresses the theme formation of identity.

Three young artists Liv Moeslund Ahlgren, Samara Sallam and Harald Bredholt show in three different videos their approach to identity. The videos show the three artists' interpretation and contribution to the understanding of the relationship between influence, experience and personality.

Some describe identity as the bridge that binds heart and brain together. Seen in that light, the videos are some intriguing and bold personal descriptions of how the three artists perceive identity.

All three artists are rooted in Aarhus and they are largely inspired by the strong Aarhus photo and film creative community - not least at the Photographic School in Mejlgade and connected to Godsbanen’s darkroom and photographic workshop. They have each used their Aarhus foundation as a basis for further artistic work and career.

Samara Sallam came to Aarhus as a Palestinian refugee in 2015 and quickly became active in the young art community in Aarhus. Samara has graduated from the Funen Academy of Fine Arts this year with a bachelor's degree and continues her education at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts - primarily with a focus on performance. She participates with the work "Seven Cities - One Labyrinth". In this beautiful and touching film, Samara gives a personal narration about the feelings, longings and redemptions that have shaped her life and which she experiences universally wherever she has stayed, from living as a Palestinian refugee in Damascus and then fled from there to Algiers, on to Norway and now lives as a stateless alien in Denmark.

Liv Moeslund Ahlgren works conceptually with photography / film, objects and poems. She has shown some compelling exhibitions at the Fotografisk Skole, Aarhus. She participates in the exhibition with the work "At fjerne sigselv fra sig selv" (To remove oneself from oneself), which is a work consisting of a 3D-printed self-portrait as well as video documentation of the printing process. The work illuminates both self-portrait as a genre and explores identity creation and personality formation. Can a self-portrait created by a machine show a truthful picture of the self - and is the creation of the self in fact subjected to powers outside ourselves? The work examines how our identity is often given in advance in many ways and at the same time questions how much of our 'self' is really us.

Harald Bredholt also graduated from the Fotografisk Skole, Aarhus and is then admitted to the Trondheim Academy of Fine Arts, which focuses on new artistic media and expressions. He works primarily with photography, film and performance and is very experimental in both his ideas and expressions. Harald participates in this exhibition with the work. The film is made for this exhibition.

In the movie "RGB as far as the eye can see", personal stories and experiences with the colors red, green and blue are mixed with general considerations of colors and perception in a freely associating monologue. Through dance, light commercials, drawings and photos, the film seeks to show the expressive power of colors, and to explore how colors are linked to the formation of our personality.

The RGB system is an additive, light-based color system found in most computer screens, televisions, telephones and projectors. That is why most of us are presented with RGB-based images every day. The film talks about how the color system is linked to the way our sense of function works and how we generally see the world. RGB as father as the eye can see will also seek to uncover what the colors red, green and blue mean to us purely associatively, personally and emotionally. What do we associate with the color red? What is it like to be a green personality? What emotions are the colors blue?

All three films can be seen all the day from the windows of the exhibition room 77m3 on the corner of Tunøgade 1, 8000 Aarhus C, Denmark.

 

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August 30th - September 6th Identity

Last day Friday September 6th 8:00am - 12:00


Opening:
Friday, August 30th 04:00pm - 06:00pm

Exhibition:
August 30th - September 6th

Opening hours:
Every day 8:00AM - 22:00PM

Address:
77m3 RUM, Tunøgade, 8000 Aarhus C

Here I am - Three videos on Identity

How is it that we ourselves perceive influence and input into the formation of our personality, and how does it relate to identity. The exhibition addresses the theme formation of identity.

Three young artists Liv Moeslund Ahlgren, Samara Sallam and Harald Bredholt show in three different videos their approach to identity. The videos show the three artists' interpretation and contribution to the understanding of the relationship between influence, experience and personality.

Some describe identity as the bridge that binds heart and brain together. Seen in that light, the videos are some intriguing and bold personal descriptions of how the three artists perceive identity.

All three artists are rooted in Aarhus and they are largely inspired by the strong Aarhus photo and film creative community - not least at the Photographic School in Mejlgade and connected to Godsbanen’s darkroom and photographic workshop. They have each used their Aarhus foundation as a basis for further artistic work and career.

Samara Sallam came to Aarhus as a Palestinian refugee in 2015 and quickly became active in the young art community in Aarhus. Samara has graduated from the Funen Academy of Fine Arts this year with a bachelor's degree and continues her education at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts - primarily with a focus on performance. She participates with the work "Seven Cities - One Labyrinth". In this beautiful and touching film, Samara gives a personal narration about the feelings, longings and redemptions that have shaped her life and which she experiences universally wherever she has stayed, from living as a Palestinian refugee in Damascus and then fled from there to Algiers, on to Norway and now lives as a stateless alien in Denmark.

Liv Moeslund Ahlgren works conceptually with photography / film, objects and poems. She has shown some compelling exhibitions at the Fotografisk Skole, Aarhus. She participates in the exhibition with the work "At fjerne sigselv fra sig selv" (To remove oneself from oneself), which is a work consisting of a 3D-printed self-portrait as well as video documentation of the printing process. The work illuminates both self-portrait as a genre and explores identity creation and personality formation. Can a self-portrait created by a machine show a truthful picture of the self - and is the creation of the self in fact subjected to powers outside ourselves? The work examines how our identity is often given in advance in many ways and at the same time questions how much of our 'self' is really us.

Harald Bredholt also graduated from the Fotografisk Skole, Aarhus and is then admitted to the Trondheim Academy of Fine Arts, which focuses on new artistic media and expressions. He works primarily with photography, film and performance and is very experimental in both his ideas and expressions. Harald participates in this exhibition with the work. The film is made for this exhibition.

In the movie "RGB as far as the eye can see", personal stories and experiences with the colors red, green and blue are mixed with general considerations of colors and perception in a freely associating monologue. Through dance, light commercials, drawings and photos, the film seeks to show the expressive power of colors, and to explore how colors are linked to the formation of our personality.

The RGB system is an additive, light-based color system found in most computer screens, televisions, telephones and projectors. That is why most of us are presented with RGB-based images every day. The film talks about how the color system is linked to the way our sense of function works and how we generally see the world. RGB as father as the eye can see will also seek to uncover what the colors red, green and blue mean to us purely associatively, personally and emotionally. What do we associate with the color red? What is it like to be a green personality? What emotions are the colors blue?

All three films can be seen all the day from the windows of the exhibition room 77m3 on the corner of Tunøgade 1, 8000 Aarhus C, Denmark.

 

More on www.gallerigrundstof.com

 

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