Brain & Memory
Kristina C. Karlsen
3 - 10.10.2015 = 17.00 - 19.00 hours.
Except Monday 5th & Thursday 8th = 18.30 - 20.00 hours.
"I have been researching on the brain and memory in the past few years. I use different media for the final work. In general my works open up a gap between art and science. My recent projects deal with the loss of memory through passing time, and finding a way to recover this forgotten memory back. My works are the reflection of my life experience through art. My main concern for working on brain and memory is because of the events that have happened to me in my life. I chose to live in Norway and built up a family here and somehow I became disconnected with my roots in my home country, Serbia about 13 years. Most of my memory of home has vanished, I research and discover this forgotten memory through artistic practice."
Kristina C. Karlsen is a Serbian artist currently based in Trondheim, Norway. She has studied in Pristina/Serbia from 1994-2000 and has been working as an artist since then. She has exhibited her works nationally and internationally, in solo and group exhibitions such as:
2015 - The Science Museum in Trondheim – exhibition and workshop 2015 - Printmaking exhibition with 4 other artists – Galleri Norske Grafikere – Oslo
2014 Grafik från Tröndelag, Ahlberghallen in Østersund, Sweden
2011 NTNU Research day, cooperation with Kavli Institute for Biology of memory, Trondheim.