SCB2019_artists_Tove_Kommedal

Bardo (2015)
HD video (?)
2' 58''
Courtesy of the artist

Bardo (2015) addresses the individual's inadequacy in facing the global environmental crisis. The title, taken from Tibetan Buddhism, means " intermediate state" and unfolds in three stages. In the work, the narrative is carried by a figure, covered and concealed by a mantle composed of  plastic ropes and remnants recovered from the sea. In the first stage, the figure takes shape out of the earth, in parallel with a car whizzing past and an airplane. The next stage moves the figure over land towards the sea. In the last stage takes the figure into the sea and allows them to float with the waves and currents.


BIO

Tove Kommedal (b. 1970 in Stavanger, Norway) lives and works in Stavanger. Kommedal works with a variety of media, including video, installation and photography.  

Kommedal participated in several international exhibitions such as Water, Nordic House på Færøyene (2018), Spring Exhibition at Charlottenborg Copenhagen 2017, Wilderness curated by Anne Haaning and Wendy Plovmand at New Shelter Plan in Copenhagen (2015) and The 4th International Video Art Exhibition in Taiwan, The Return of the Ghost (2014).

Other recent exhibitions include Mørketida/ Dark Time, curator Kjetil Berge, Meierie kunstsenter, Lofoten (2019), Find Your Eyes #4, curator Monika Wuhrer Kulturøya, Sølyst Stavanger (2018), Tid, together with Cato Løland, Bryne kunstforening (2018), Studio 17 Stavanger, Oppland Art Center (2017), Telemark Art Center (2017/16) and Hå Gamle Prestegård (2015). She also participated in the group exhibition: Who owns the story? Power, Art and Democracy (2014) at Stavanger Art Museum, and the annual Norwegian West coast exhibition: Vestlandsutstillingen (2014).

Bardo (2015)
HD video (?)
2' 58''
Courtesy of the artist

Bardo (2015) addresses the individual's inadequacy in facing the global environmental crisis. The title, taken from Tibetan Buddhism, means " intermediate state" and unfolds in three stages. In the work, the narrative is carried by a figure, covered and concealed by a mantle composed of  plastic ropes and remnants recovered from the sea. In the first stage, the figure takes shape out of the earth, in parallel with a car whizzing past and an airplane. The next stage moves the figure over land towards the sea. In the last stage takes the figure into the sea and allows them to float with the waves and currents.


BIO

Tove Kommedal (b. 1970 in Stavanger, Norway) lives and works in Stavanger. Kommedal works with a variety of media, including video, installation and photography.  

Kommedal participated in several international exhibitions such as Water, Nordic House på Færøyene (2018), Spring Exhibition at Charlottenborg Copenhagen 2017, Wilderness curated by Anne Haaning and Wendy Plovmand at New Shelter Plan in Copenhagen (2015) and The 4th International Video Art Exhibition in Taiwan, The Return of the Ghost (2014).

Other recent exhibitions include Mørketida/ Dark Time, curator Kjetil Berge, Meierie kunstsenter, Lofoten (2019), Find Your Eyes #4, curator Monika Wuhrer Kulturøya, Sølyst Stavanger (2018), Tid, together with Cato Løland, Bryne kunstforening (2018), Studio 17 Stavanger, Oppland Art Center (2017), Telemark Art Center (2017/16) and Hå Gamle Prestegård (2015). She also participated in the group exhibition: Who owns the story? Power, Art and Democracy (2014) at Stavanger Art Museum, and the annual Norwegian West coast exhibition: Vestlandsutstillingen (2014).

Bardo (2015)
HD video (?)
2' 58''
Courtesy of the artist

Bardo (2015) addresses the individual's inadequacy in facing the global environmental crisis. The title, taken from Tibetan Buddhism, means " intermediate state" and unfolds in three stages. In the work, the narrative is carried by a figure, covered and concealed by a mantle composed of  plastic ropes and remnants recovered from the sea. In the first stage, the figure takes shape out of the earth, in parallel with a car whizzing past and an airplane. The next stage moves the figure over land towards the sea. In the last stage takes the figure into the sea and allows them to float with the waves and currents.


BIO

Tove Kommedal (b. 1970 in Stavanger, Norway) lives and works in Stavanger. Kommedal works with a variety of media, including video, installation and photography.  

Kommedal participated in several international exhibitions such as Water, Nordic House på Færøyene (2018), Spring Exhibition at Charlottenborg Copenhagen 2017, Wilderness curated by Anne Haaning and Wendy Plovmand at New Shelter Plan in Copenhagen (2015) and The 4th International Video Art Exhibition in Taiwan, The Return of the Ghost (2014).

Other recent exhibitions include Mørketida/ Dark Time, curator Kjetil Berge, Meierie kunstsenter, Lofoten (2019), Find Your Eyes #4, curator Monika Wuhrer Kulturøya, Sølyst Stavanger (2018), Tid, together with Cato Løland, Bryne kunstforening (2018), Studio 17 Stavanger, Oppland Art Center (2017), Telemark Art Center (2017/16) and Hå Gamle Prestegård (2015). She also participated in the group exhibition: Who owns the story? Power, Art and Democracy (2014) at Stavanger Art Museum, and the annual Norwegian West coast exhibition: Vestlandsutstillingen (2014).

Bardo (2015)
HD video (?)
2' 58''
Courtesy of the artist

Bardo (2015) addresses the individual's inadequacy in facing the global environmental crisis. The title, taken from Tibetan Buddhism, means " intermediate state" and unfolds in three stages. In the work, the narrative is carried by a figure, covered and concealed by a mantle composed of  plastic ropes and remnants recovered from the sea. In the first stage, the figure takes shape out of the earth, in parallel with a car whizzing past and an airplane. The next stage moves the figure over land towards the sea. In the last stage takes the figure into the sea and allows them to float with the waves and currents.


BIO

Tove Kommedal (b. 1970 in Stavanger, Norway) lives and works in Stavanger. Kommedal works with a variety of media, including video, installation and photography.  

Kommedal participated in several international exhibitions such as Water, Nordic House på Færøyene (2018), Spring Exhibition at Charlottenborg Copenhagen 2017, Wilderness curated by Anne Haaning and Wendy Plovmand at New Shelter Plan in Copenhagen (2015) and The 4th International Video Art Exhibition in Taiwan, The Return of the Ghost (2014).

Other recent exhibitions include Mørketida/ Dark Time, curator Kjetil Berge, Meierie kunstsenter, Lofoten (2019), Find Your Eyes #4, curator Monika Wuhrer Kulturøya, Sølyst Stavanger (2018), Tid, together with Cato Løland, Bryne kunstforening (2018), Studio 17 Stavanger, Oppland Art Center (2017), Telemark Art Center (2017/16) and Hå Gamle Prestegård (2015). She also participated in the group exhibition: Who owns the story? Power, Art and Democracy (2014) at Stavanger Art Museum, and the annual Norwegian West coast exhibition: Vestlandsutstillingen (2014).

Bardo (2015)
HD video (?)
2' 58''
Courtesy of the artist

Bardo (2015) addresses the individual's inadequacy in facing the global environmental crisis. The title, taken from Tibetan Buddhism, means " intermediate state" and unfolds in three stages. In the work, the narrative is carried by a figure, covered and concealed by a mantle composed of  plastic ropes and remnants recovered from the sea. In the first stage, the figure takes shape out of the earth, in parallel with a car whizzing past and an airplane. The next stage moves the figure over land towards the sea. In the last stage takes the figure into the sea and allows them to float with the waves and currents.


BIO

Tove Kommedal (b. 1970 in Stavanger, Norway) lives and works in Stavanger. Kommedal works with a variety of media, including video, installation and photography.  

Kommedal participated in several international exhibitions such as Water, Nordic House på Færøyene (2018), Spring Exhibition at Charlottenborg Copenhagen 2017, Wilderness curated by Anne Haaning and Wendy Plovmand at New Shelter Plan in Copenhagen (2015) and The 4th International Video Art Exhibition in Taiwan, The Return of the Ghost (2014).

Other recent exhibitions include Mørketida/ Dark Time, curator Kjetil Berge, Meierie kunstsenter, Lofoten (2019), Find Your Eyes #4, curator Monika Wuhrer Kulturøya, Sølyst Stavanger (2018), Tid, together with Cato Løland, Bryne kunstforening (2018), Studio 17 Stavanger, Oppland Art Center (2017), Telemark Art Center (2017/16) and Hå Gamle Prestegård (2015). She also participated in the group exhibition: Who owns the story? Power, Art and Democracy (2014) at Stavanger Art Museum, and the annual Norwegian West coast exhibition: Vestlandsutstillingen (2014).

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