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ensayo #4

Icebergs in Svalbard
Essays/Field Notes

On Art and Laws

Randi Nygård of Ensayo #4 has published an essay on the Norwegian platform Artica Writings that contemplates the connection between poetry and the law, specifically the Norwegian legal treatise that governs relationships between society and the marine resources. Artica Svalbard’s series Artica Writings aims to… … Keep Reading

Programs/Residencies

Comadreo Pacífico – Ensayo #4

WHAT An Indigenous-led comadreo among women who carry memories, knowledge and practices of care for coastal territories on the east coast of Australia, Pacific Islands, Aotearoa, Perú and Chile. Ensayo #4 defines a comadreo as a non-hierarchical, humorous, tender and creative practice of co-mothering, allowing… … Keep Reading

Field Notes/Research

Forget-me-not: Environmental Research

While developing the syllabus for “Ensayando Ensayos,” an Art & Ecology course taught by Ensayistas Christy Gast and Camila Marambio for the University of Hartford’s NOMAD Interdisciplinary MFA, we requested that our collaborators and colleagues working in ecology, biology, anthropology, activism, policy management and sociology… … Keep Reading

Event/Programs

Resources to @ Kunsternes Hus, Oslo

ENSAYOS and The Wild Living Marine Resources Belong to Society as a Whole present RESOURCES: Short talks by Søssa Jørgensen, Janike Kampevold Larsen and Wenche Dramstad. Premiere of A Beehive in My Heart (63 min, 2019) by Kjersti VetterstadWednesday 4.12. at 7 pmKunstnernes Hus Kino… … Keep Reading

Field Notes/Song

Sing the Copepod Song

ENSAYOS translated the content of a scientific paper (“Toxic effects of polyethylene terephalate microparticles and Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate on the calanoid copepod, Parvocalanus crassirostris“) into the form of a well-known folk song. The rewrite was undertaken in collaboration with ichthyologist Lynne van Herwerden so that her laboratory’s… … Keep Reading

Event/Programs

Belong to @ Kunsternes Hus, Oslo

ENSAYOS and The Wild Living Marine Resources Belong to Society as a Whole present BELONG TO: Friday 13.12.2019 at 7 pm, Kunstnernes Hus Kino. THE ELEPHANT WHO WAS A RHINOCEROS is a lecture-performance by Erik Bünger that traces the footprints of wolves, elephant, bears and… … Keep Reading

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Resources @ Kunsternes Hus, Oslo

ENSAYOS and The Wild Living Marine Resources Belong to Society as a Whole present MARINE: Wednesday 4.12. 2019 at 7 pm, Kunstnernes Hus Kino, Oslo, Norway Short talks by Søssa Jørgensen, Janike Kampevold Larsen and Wenche Dramstad. Premiere of A Beehive in My Heart (63… … Keep Reading

Event/Programs

Marine @ Kunsternes Hus, Oslo

ENSAYOS and The Wild Living Marine Resources Belong to Society as a Whole present MARINE: 06.10.2019 at 6 pm, Kunstnernes Hus Kino, Oslo, Norway Screening of LEVIATHAN (USA, 2012, reg. Véréna Paravel and Lucien Castaing-Taylor, 87 min) with introductions by Silja Espolin Johnson and Randi Nygård… … Keep Reading

Programs/Residencies

Magnetic Isle Connect – Ensayo #4

WHEN September 10 – 28, 2019 WHAT After the opening of our exhibition, Everything is Possibly an Oracle, we headed to the central highlands, traversing thirsty country on high fire alert.  Guided by our friend, Dale Harding, we accepted an invitation from Carol and Trent… … Keep Reading

On Coastal Curriculum

“What is coastal curriculum?” one asked. “What are we here to learn?” wondered another. Cards were drawn at water’s edge. Lines were traced in the sand. Sticks were raised next to rocks. A snake passed. Voices from different continents threaded memories together. Washed by the… … Keep Reading

Programs/Residencies

Minjerribah and Canaipa – Ensayo #4

WHEN August 23-28, 2019 WHAT Ensayistas met in Meanjin (Brisbane, Australia), where collaborator Caitlin Franzmann is based, for a mobile residency on the coastal islands in Quandamooka Country (Moreton Bay and islands) in southeast Queensland. After visiting the exhibition Seeing Country at Redland Art Gallery,… … Keep Reading

Event/Programs

The Wild Living @ Kunsternes Hus, Oslo

The Wild Living Marine Resources Belong to Society as a Whole is a series of interdisciplinary events at Kunstnernes Hus, organized by Geir Tore Holm, Søssa Jørgensen and Randi Nygård, as part of Ensayo#4. THE WILD LIVING: Tuesday 27.8. at 19.00, Frognerelva, Oslo Twilight walk… … Keep Reading

Lecture/Programs

The Institute of Urbanism and Landscape

In November 2018, Ensayo #4 artist Randi Nygård visited the studio of The Institute of Urbanism and Landscape at AHO, The Oslo School of Architecture and Design to present the book Dei viltlevande marine ressursane ligg til fellesskapet / The Wild Living Marine Resources Belong… … Keep Reading

Lecture/Programs

Rugged, Weathered Above the Sea

Randi Nygård of Ensayo #4 held a conversation with Timotheus Vermeulen about the anthology Dei viltlevande marine ressursane ligg til fellesskapet/The Wild Living Marine Resources Belong to Society as a Whole at Coast Contemporary: Rugged, Weathered Above The Sea, a maritime art journey along the… … Keep Reading

tiny island in the fjords of Tierra del Fuego with snow-capped mountains in the background
Programs/Teaching

Coastal Curriculum @ Creative Time Summit Miami

WORKSHOP: COASTAL CURRICULUM Saturday, November 3rd from 12 to 1 pm at the Museum Park Baywalk, Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), 1103 Biscayne Blvd | Transportation Options CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THIS SESSION Ensayo #4 (Coastal Curriculum) research pods exist in Tierra del Fuego, Northern Norway, New… … Keep Reading

Event/Programs

Boklansering/Book Launch at Kunsternes Hus in Oslo

Sunday January 21 2018 from 3-5 pm at Kunstnernes Hus, Wergelandsveien 17, 0167 Oslo, Norway, The anthology “The Wild Living Marine Resources Belong to Society as a Whole” contains a wide range of expressions: poems, essays, photos, articles, manifests and artworks, all of which relate to our… … Keep Reading

Performance/Programs

Hydrofeminist METitations

A postscript on Hydro-Feminist METitations presented as part of the Liquid Architecture program Negative Volumes: Body Languages held at West Space, Melbourne on October 14th, 2017 Welcome to Country by Uncle Bill Nicholson. Uncle Bill started by acknowledging the local language, Woiwurrung, and greeting us… … Keep Reading

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Running Conversations Hosted by Liquid Architecture

Running Conversations with Camila Marambio and Astrida Neimanis Late at the Lab: Thursday 5 October Join Underbelly Arts and Liquid Architecture for an evening of coastal listening, sloppy digressions and tidal thinking. This Lab will offer ideas and discussion led by curator Camila Marambio and… … Keep Reading

Lecture/Programs

Ocean Seminar on Røst

Røst, Lofoten, Norway/ Sapmí. June 27th – July 1st, 2017 A four day ocean seminar hosted by Røst AiR, where artists and scientists speak about their research and work which is directly connected to the ocean in one way or another. From the perspective of… … Keep Reading

Programs/Teaching

Coastal Curriculum in Coney Island

This short film was produced as the result of a series of workshops with a group of teenagers from the New York Aquarium’s Wildlife Conservation Corps, which focuses on public-facing science and ocean advocacy projects. Led by the Aquarium’s artist in residence Christy Gast, they… … Keep Reading

Programs/Teaching

Recordar SSSS

En español recordar viene del latín, cordis, y significa volver a pasar por el corazón. Algunas semanas después de nuestro taller SSSS en el Victoria College of the Arts Secondary School Camila y yo nos juntamos a rememorar. A volver juntas a pasar por la… … Keep Reading

Essays/Field Notes

Coastal Curriculum

Part of a slow process of weaving experiences, ideas and dreams in Narrm Melbourne this is an offering from Sarita Gálvez and Camila Marambio to the rest of the Coastal Curriculum pods (New York, Norway, Tierra del Fuego). First conceived of as a manifesto, today… … Keep Reading

Why Listen to Animals?

Why Listen To Animals? The possibilities of meaning when we listen to animals and they listen to us. THU 29 Sep – SAT 22 Oct 2016 7PM-10PM West Space Level 1/225 Bourke St, Melbourne Wheelchair Accessible FREE This experimental project by Liquid Architecture reframes English… … Keep Reading

Essays/Field Notes

Admiralty Sound Expedition Report

In Tierra del Fuego, where the Atlantic meets the Pacific, land and sea are not so much interwoven as fractured—splintered and shattered. At the southern terminus of the Andes, it is as if the mountains are using the remainder of their geological force to dive… … Keep Reading

Field Notes/Research

Ensayos Network–A Web of Ideas

By Denise Milstein I joined in the Ensayos collaborative in the summer of 2015. By then, the group had been collecting a multi-media archive of its discussions, experiments, and activities for over four years. It was time to take stock of the paths Ensayos had… … Keep Reading

Field Notes

Open House – Exhibition in the Artist Cabin

During Randi Nygård and Karolin Tampere´s stay as artists in residence in the scientist village Ny-Ålesund in Spitsbergen, they got an request from the local Air traffic controller to make an exhibition. Taking on this challenge they invited residents and scientists of the town to an… … Keep Reading

Field Notes

Geir Tore Holm-Stronger than Stone

Geir Tore Holm Exerpt of performance transcript Stronger than Stone, Saskatoon/ Trials of an Archipelago, BHQF, NYC (2015): SO RICH. SO GREAT. SHE SO GREAT! IN THE OCEANS IS THE ORIGIN I COME FROM THE GULF STREAM WATERS OH, IT´S SO HOT! I AM THE… … Keep Reading

Programs/Residencies

Coastal Curriculum – Ensayo #4

WHEN November 9-23, 2014 WHAT A nomadic recognition of some of the critical zones of Tierra del Fuego’s coastal areas. After which Camila Marambio, Karolin Tampere and Alfredo Prieto spent some time in Puerto Arturo, Última Esperanza digesting the experience and projecting a future for… … Keep Reading

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