24/2/2021
Conversation with students at Academy of Fine Art in Oslo
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Installation view, Plural Plur, graduation exhibition Academy of Fine Art in Oslo, 2019. Foreground: View of Louise Jacobs, MY WORLD IS EPIC/GRAVITY LOOKS JUST LIKE YOU. Photo: Istvan Virag

On February 24th, member of WHW Ana Dević will present the recent experiences and challenges of WHW Akademija to students at Academy of Fine Art in Oslo

Academy of Fine Art in Oslo works across media, disciplines and approaches, exploring questions of form and material as well as post-conceptual, social and political issues. It encompasses artists from a variety of backgrounds, countries, fields, genders and generations who have come together to create what they consider an ideal space for the development of their artistic practices. As part of the Oslo National Academy of the Arts, Norway’s largest educational institute for a broad range of art forms, the Academy of Fine Art is an environment for collaborations with dancers, choreographers, actors, stage writers and theatre directors, as well as other practitioners in various fields. 


Artist and choreographer Manuel Pelmuş who was part of professorial team of WHW Akademija 

has been recently working as a research fellow and advisor Academy of Fine Art in Oslo invited us to share our experiences with the group of students he works with. 

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Conversation with students at Academy of Fine Art in Oslo
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Installation view, Plural Plur, graduation exhibition Academy of Fine Art in Oslo, 2019. Foreground: View of Louise Jacobs, MY WORLD IS EPIC/GRAVITY LOOKS JUST LIKE YOU. Photo: Istvan Virag

On February 24th, member of WHW Ana Dević will present the recent experiences and challenges of WHW Akademija to students at Academy of Fine Art in Oslo

Academy of Fine Art in Oslo works across media, disciplines and approaches, exploring questions of form and material as well as post-conceptual, social and political issues. It encompasses artists from a variety of backgrounds, countries, fields, genders and generations who have come together to create what they consider an ideal space for the development of their artistic practices. As part of the Oslo National Academy of the Arts, Norway’s largest educational institute for a broad range of art forms, the Academy of Fine Art is an environment for collaborations with dancers, choreographers, actors, stage writers and theatre directors, as well as other practitioners in various fields. 


Artist and choreographer Manuel Pelmuş who was part of professorial team of WHW Akademija 

has been recently working as a research fellow and advisor Academy of Fine Art in Oslo invited us to share our experiences with the group of students he works with. 

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24/2/2021
Conversation with students at Academy of Fine Art in Oslo
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On February 24th, member of WHW Ana Dević will present the recent experiences and challenges of WHW Akademija to students at Academy of Fine Art in Oslo

Academy of Fine Art in Oslo works across media, disciplines and approaches, exploring questions of form and material as well as post-conceptual, social and political issues. It encompasses artists from a variety of backgrounds, countries, fields, genders and generations who have come together to create what they consider an ideal space for the development of their artistic practices. As part of the Oslo National Academy of the Arts, Norway’s largest educational institute for a broad range of art forms, the Academy of Fine Art is an environment for collaborations with dancers, choreographers, actors, stage writers and theatre directors, as well as other practitioners in various fields. 


Artist and choreographer Manuel Pelmuş who was part of professorial team of WHW Akademija 

has been recently working as a research fellow and advisor Academy of Fine Art in Oslo invited us to share our experiences with the group of students he works with. 

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Installation view, Plural Plur, graduation exhibition Academy of Fine Art in Oslo, 2019. Foreground: View of Louise Jacobs, MY WORLD IS EPIC/GRAVITY LOOKS JUST LIKE YOU. Photo: Istvan Virag