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DIGTEGNING

The collaborative DIGTEGNING is a smelter where drawing, text, photo and digital design is refined into pictorial surfaces. The basic idea of the project is the transfer and adaptation.

The works were created in close collaboration with the artists Lene E. Westeras and Kathe Oien where Oien deliver drawings and Westeras text. Both are photographed in the project and Oien has processed all parts digitally to the finished expression.

The lyrics are moving in rambling, timeless meetings.

The drawings have arisen spontaneously under observations in public spaces.

Digtegning:

subst. project drawing / text / photo. new word etbl.2015. The shape reflects movement in the room, mounted on aluminum, attached to the walls. north: Digtegning. germ: Digtegning. arab: Digtegning. eng: Digtegning

Kathe Oien (Oslo, Norway): Oien is a visual artist since 1984, mainly in paintings, but also other techniques like computer

graphics, drawing and photographing. She has had several art assignments on public buildings and has many exhibitions at home

and abroad. She has been teaching art to children for 18 years.

Lene E. Westeras (Tromso, Norway): Westeras published her first book in 2010 and has published six books in different genres

since. She has participated in several crossover projects. She is also a photographer and has last years travelled the Middle East, especially to Lebanon where she is giving workshops in Creative writing in Palestinian refugee camps. 

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