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Sara Christensen (b.1979 in Skovby, Denmark) lives and works in Oslo.
She holds an MA from the Art Academy in Oslo, Norway. Most of her works have a humoristic angle often with slightly uncomfortable undertones. She finds the space between objects, both abstract and physical, intriguing, and it informs her work with its different combinations of materials, meaning and form. Recent exhibitions include more Konzeption Conception now, at Museum Morsbroich in Leverkusen, curated by Stefanie Kreuzer & Spring Depot, curated and produced by Rachel Dagnall for Tenthaus. At the moment she is working on a solo show for Galleri K in Oslo and a seemingly never-ending corporation with Werner Linster on their project parallel alpha.bets. Among others she is also organising exhibitions and expanding her own private art collection, mainly consisting of works by female artists.

Tobias Alexander Danielsson (b. 1987, Jönköping, Sweden) lives and works in Oslo. He holds a Master from Oslo Academy of Fine Art (2015) and completed his Bachelor at the same institution in 2013. Recent exhibitions include Akademirummet, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo (2015); Ladegården, Oslo (2014); Kulturhuset, Jönköping (2014). Upcoming exhibitions include Kunsthall Grenland, Porsgrunn (2016) and Göteborgs konstförening, Göteborg (2016).

Tiago Bom (b. 1986, Lisbon) is a curator and artist based in Oslo, Norway. He received his Honours Degree of Fine Arts at the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Lisbon, with an exchange year at the Estonian Academy of the Arts. This was followed by studies in Culinary Arts at the Copenhagen Hospitality College, before he enrolled at the Master program in Fine Arts at the Oslo National Academy of the Arts, graduating in 2014. During the last years he co-directed and curated the Open Forum (2011/2012) , a series of talks open to the general audience that included guests such as Martha Rosler, Joan Jonas, Stephen Wright, Chus Martinez, Uriel Orlow and Céline Condorelli, as well as an archive-based exhibition and website. In 2013, Tiago co-curated the Central Asian Pavilion at the 55th International Art Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia, an exhibition of Central Asian artists, a publication and a parallel program of seminars and screenings.
His recent exhibitions include Ung.Lovende at F15 Gallery in Moss, Avgangsutstilling for Kunstakademiets masterstudenter at Kunstnernes hus in Oslo and Ma Il Cielo E’ Sempre Più Blu at One Night Only Gallery in Oslo

Leander Djønne (b. 1981) lives and works in Hardanger and Oslo. He graduated from Rouge film school / Werner Herzog, Art Academy Malmo (MA), Art academies in Oslo / Bergen and Staatliche Hochschule Fine Arts - Frankfurt am Main. He has had several solo exhibitions and participated in numerous group exhibitions nationally and internationally.
Djønne moves mainly between film, text, installations and various social education projects. He founded the independent education platform Parallellaksjonen (Parallel Campaign) and ran the artist-run gallery Dortmund Bodega.
The last ten years he has worked as a teacher at various art schools and just completed her position as program coordinator for the MA program at the Art Academy in Oslo.




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