My studio will be available for visits on April 23rd and 24th between 12:00-17:00; the event B-Open is an art festival in which local professional artists open their doors to the public. Information is available on www.b-open.no (only in Norwegian). A shuttle bus leaving every half hour from Festplassen (the town square) in the Bergen city centre will be ready to transport you around to visit the different studios in town (or check out these images taken in my studio last November.)
The newest edition of the feminist magazine FETT is out in stores now, featuring an interview with KUKLOS-artist Rasmus Hungnes (from the duo Ringstad ≠ Hungnes), emphasizing the use of explicit pornography in his art. The interview mainly revolves around works and reflections from Rasmus' solo-career, but also displays two pieces from our collaboration - the poster for KUKLOS Border 1.0, Galleri Split, Bergen, 2014 and Untitled*, 2014.
Ellen Ringstad ≠ Rasmus Hungnes: Exhibition poster for KUKLOS Border 1.0, Galleri Split, Bergen, 2014.
Ellen Ringstad ≠ Rasmus Hungnes: Untitled*
2014. Digital collage consisting of original photographic material on PVC. 2x3 m. KUKLOS Border 1.0, Galleri Split, Bergen, 2014.
Article in Kunstkritikk.no (in Norwegian) about the exhibition 'Nothing Will Grow Together Because Nothing Belongs Together,' featuring a detail from my installation 'The Wind Failed to Follow the Predictions.'
Kunstkritikk is an online magazine that publishes 'online criticism, commentary and news from the art world' and is a 'permanent and substantial contribution to the Norwegian and Nordic art discussion'.
Short 4min documentary (in Norwegian) by the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) about the former Top-Secret Naval Base 'Olavsvern' - where the exhibition 'Nothing Will Grow Together Because Nothing Belongs Together' is currently taking place.