Kim Svensson works in various medias such as sound, installation, photography and text that engages in various ways around representation and language. Often using the intricate text/image relationship as a conceptual framework, thought are treated as commodities between subjects where layered associations creates scenarios and narratives in the minds of the encounters.
                                                           





CV

        

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Education

2016-2019 Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA), Oslo National Academy of the Arts.

2015-2017 Konstskolan II & Konstskolan distans, Ölands folkhögskola.

2015 Art history, Stockholm University.

2014-2015 School of Photography Valand Academy of the Arts, Gothenburg.


Solo exhibitions

2017:
-Lantern, lead the way!, Gallery Seilduken 1, Oslo. 30 March-2 April.

2016:
-Shapeshifting elements & prehistorical discoveries, Röda magasinet, Fjugesta. 27 July-2 August.


Group exhibitions

2018:
-Performance “Hanging on the hinge, the Jonbar hinge”. Vitamin D is for Don't Give Up, Destiny’s Atelier, Oslo. 19 January.

2017:
-Picture, Guards to Guard. Akademirommet, Oslo. 6 nov.
-'Inter' exhibition, The Yard gallery, Exeter College of Art and Design. 6-17 Nov.
-The Book Dispersed, Casa das Artes, curated by Unstable Media, Porto. 24 Sept-12 Nov.
-Bergen Art Book Fair, Bergen Kunsthall. 19-22 October.
-Offprint London 2017, Tate Modern. 19-21 May.
-Photobook pop-up shop 2017, organized by msdm publications, London. 15-19 May.
-Kaleid 2017 Oslo publishing seminar, Oslo National Academy of the Arts. 12-18 May.

2016:
-No Straight Story, Akademirommet Kunstnernes hus, Oslo. 25-26 Nov.
-Sex with me so amazing, Gallery Seilduken 1, Oslo. 15-19 Sept.
-Formation, Kalmar konstmuseum, Kalmar. 7 May-5 June.


Grants

2017: AAA stiftelsen grant. 
2016: Ung Peng, Lekeberg municipality in association with Örebro county.


Other experiences

November 2016: Guest teacher at Öland Art school. Workshop in photography.











Kim Svensson, 2018