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Signe Johannessen
Norwegian artist based in Gnesta, Sweden.

Education

2009-2010, Royal Institute of Fine Art, Stockholm, Sweden
2010, MA, National college of the Arts, Oslo, Norway
2006, BA, National college of the Arts, Oslo, Norway


Exhibitions

2017

  • Parataxis, Gallery Krets, Malmö, Sweden
  • Like a horse, Fotografiska, Stockholm, Sweden
  • Video forever (Galleri Analix forever), Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature, Paris
  • Verkstad konsthall, Supermarket Artfair, Stockholm, Sweden (soloshow)
  • The last Öland horse, Kalmar Art Museum, Sweden
  • The Beast & The eye of the Cyclone – Motala konsthall, Sweden (Solo-show)
  • The Epicenter of everything, Galleri Syster, Sweden

2016

  • Matter Matter, The exhibition Laboratory, Helsinki, Finland
  • Being good, Sculpture Quadrennial Riga 2016,  Latvia
  • The Beast & the eye of the cyclone – Oppland Kunstsenter, Lillehammer, Norway (Solo-show)
  • Swamp Storytelling, Water research area, Konstfrämjandet Värmland, Karlstad, Sweden
  • Thank you for Carrying, Konstfrämjandet Öland Kalmar
  • The Beast in the eye of the cyclone, Verkstad Kunsthalle, Norrköping, Sweden (Solo-Show)

2015

  • Swamp storytelling, Maretopia, Färgfabriken, Stockholm, Sweden

2014

  • Contamination of evidence- Historical museum, stockholm, Sweden
  • Bestiarium, Gallery 69, Oslo, Norway (Solo-Show)

2012

  • Everything is fine or the continuous search of utopia, Curator Lab, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 8 – we are a Parenthesis on Earth, Botkyrka Kunsthalle, Stockholm, Sweden

2010

  • My name is not Susan, Norrtälje kunsthalle, Norrtälje, Sweden
  • Almalövs Museum, Östra Emtelvik, Sweden

2009

  • Mouche production MA projekt, Gallery Mejan, Stockholm, Sweden

Assignments


Represented by

  • Statens konstråd
  • Botkyrka konsthall
  • Public commission, County of Gnesta
  • Public commission, County of Eskilstuna
  • Public commission, Göteborg konst
  • Privat collectors

Grants

  • Art council Norway
  • Nordic culture point
  • Längmanska fondation
  • Helge axelsson Jonssons fondation