CURATED BY SARAH WALKO
NOVEMBER.24 – FEBRUARY.28.2021
View the online exhibition at Open Art Advisory.
This exhibition by Norwegian artist Anne Katrine Senstad brings together three bodies of work based on light, space and perception, and investigate horizons of interior and exterior landscapes. The title of the exhibition is from Norwegian poet and writer Hans Børli who, in addition to writing, survived as a prisoner of war in a camp in Norway during World War II, worked as a teacher and a woodsman all of his life. Senstad recently found herself revisiting his works in the face of our current crisis, drawing on his poems that also traverse eternity, nature and the human condition during crisis.
Looking forward to participating again in the NYFA’s Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program, the only known program of its kind in the United States, that has provided over 400 immigrants with mentorship, community, and exposure for their work since it was founded in 2007. The New York program includes sessions in Visual/Multidisciplinary Art, Performing and Literary Arts, and Social Practice.
As an alumni of SCAD, my work in included on the SCAD art sales website. SCAD was founded with a mission to cultivate and celebrate careers in art and design, prioritizing professionalism in the context of creative practice. This approach extends to SCAD Art Sales, the embodiment of SCAD’s worldwide network of emerging artists and industry leaders intent on making the world a more well-designed place.