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

Ensayos: Passages – Online

New York, NY…New Museum’s Department of Education and Public Engagement presents “Ensayos: Passages,” its first online artist residency, foregrounding the department’s year-round commitment to contemporary art and pedagogy centered on personal and social growth. The international collective Ensayos (translated as “inquiries”, “essays,” or “rehearsals” in… … Keep Reading

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

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

Programs/Screenings

Screenings of DISTANCIA in Norway

Invited by Antonio Cataldo, Artistic Director, Fotogalleriet, Oslo, Norway, Carolina Saquel presents DISTANCIA and discusses the making of the web series, Ensayos, and the problem of representing landscape at ORGANIZED FREEDOM – third edition – curated by Sverre Gullesen & Tanja Sæter on October 15-20… … 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

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

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

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

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

Programs/Teaching

Trials on an Archipelago: Seminar at BHQFU in New York

BHQFU, New York’s Freest Art School, is pleased to present ​TRIALS ON AN ARCHIPELAGO​, a residency, seminar, and exhibition focusing on ​Ensayos​, a nomadic research program based in Tierra del Fuego (TdF) at FUG (Foundation University Gallery). Since 2010, ​Ensayos ​has brought together artists, scientists… … Keep Reading

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