Blog by Bjørn Venø

Blog by Bjørn Venø

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The artist Venø works with photography video and performance. He tries hard at being a licensed fool and has a burning desire to explore beyond our paradigm.

The Father and his three sons

FilmsPosted by Bjørn Venø Sun, May 06, 2012 15:14:02

The first 9 minutes from a 20 minute performance by Bjørn Venø (Bjorn Veno) where he tells the story of how he inherited a Norwegian farm and why his two older brothers failed to prove their worth.

The story is a retelling of the Norwegian fairy tale "Askeladen som Kap åt med Trålet", where Venø has made subtle changes creating a story that layes between truth and fiction.

In the back ground Dorota Gaweda and Beth Collar

Documented by JK

From the event "Open Book' Royal College of Art - Performance and Live Art work.

03.05.12 Testbed1 Battersea. Organised by Jack Tan, Nigel Rolfe and Leah

Press Release:

This show brings together 'work made live' from across the Royal College of Art. Taking place in the atmospheric warehouse space at Testbed1 in Battersea, the evening explores a diversity of performance work.

There is considerable renewed interest in this subject world wide and this is reflected across all the subject areas in post-graduate study at the RCA, with young designers as well as fine artists involved.

The evening showcases wide approaches which include body work, durational performances, spoken word, story-telling, musical performance, live installation and sculpture, rituals, and participatory practice.

Participating artists: Beth Collar, Bjørn Venø, Cian McConn+Vivienne Griffin+Rose Pomeroy, Cradeaux Alexander, Dorota Gaweda, Echo Morgan, Elizabeth Porter, Emma Alonze, Hector Castells Matutano, Lina Lapelyte, Miriam Austin, Nicola Thomas, Rosie Edwards+Sui Kim, Suk An, Sven Sachsalber, Tim Zercie

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