The Arctic Agency for Environmental Research Methodologies and Artistic Practice is a curatorial, arts and community project based in a 1960’s caravan based presently in Folkeparken, Tromsø, Norway in collaboration with Perspektivet Museum. It embraces the overarching project Failure, Understanding, Care (&Kunst) as a manifesto to drive experimental practices.
Arctic Agency for Environmental Research Methodologies and Artistic Practice er et kunst visningsted og samfunnsprosjekt basert i en 1960-tallet campingvogn som er basert i Folkeparken, Tromsø. Det favner det overordnede prosjektet Failure, Understanding, Care (& Art) som et manifest for å drive eksperimentell praksis.Prosjektet er i samarbeid med Perspektivet Museum.
“Salt in Wounds”/ “Salt i sår”
A solo exhibition by Camilla Renate Nicolaisen //
En soloutstilling av Camilla Renate Nicolaisen
Opening: SUNDAY 28th JUNE 14:00 – 16:00 //
Åpning: SØNDAG 28. JUNI 14:00 – 16:00
Continues: Open Saturdays and Sundays up-to and including Sunday 12th July, with opening times of 12:00 – 16:00, or by appointment. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a time.
Fortsetter: lørdager og søndager kl. 12:00 – 16:00 eller etter avtale, inntil 12. Juli. Gjerne ta kontakt med oss via epost til email@example.com
An artist talk will also take place on SATURDAY 4th JULY at 16:00 in the caravan in the exhibition.
Camilla Renate Nicolaisen (b.1988, Lofoten, Norway) is an artist based in Tromsø with a studio space at Kysten, Troms Municipality Culture Centre. She is also the co-founder of Tromsø’s Open Out Festival, an annual art festival with a focus on queer perspectives. Nicolaisen received her Fine Arts Bachelor degree from the department of Ceramic at Bergen Academy of Art and Design, and her Masters degree in Contemporary Art from The Art Academy of Tromsø Arctic University.