arne ingvaldsen  /visual artist/  

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Installation at Trøndelag senter for samtidskunst,Trondheim, Norway
November - December 2007
 

 

The gallery has a very simple, open form. Almost all of it is visible from the street through big windows. Light comes from north, all walls are white. It makes an airy, cold and clean athmosphere.

 The turquoise figure rests on 2 points at the floor, in a vertical position very near to its point of balance. A third point at the mezzanine concrete beam makes it stable, standing like a wedge between the floor and the mezzanine beam.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I try to touch the world. Rather by objects than by my hands.

The objects do things I cannot do – bigger, clearer, and more open towards people I do not know.

Everything that is of importance can be shown without a word.

To take the space in a way that recognizes its values. Doing it in a way that seems to make a whole. That is a good feeling.

The whole space, not the figure, is interesting. The figure may seem autonomous. But that is an illusion.