Rock, paper, scissors
The exhibition "Rock, paper, scissors" opens in Naflinn October 28th at 5 PM.
The sheets of paper have been lying folded like this for around 30 years. She didn’t have time to draw on them all. The paper was in the attic and the stones outside, on a shelf that was mounted on the garage. They never went inside, certainly not up to the attic where the paper was, unless she had painted something on them.
I always thought it was illogical that the paper won the stone but I think I am starting to understand it. I also thought it was unbelievable that paper was made out of trees and maybe I still feel that way. The stone sits in the paper’s lap and the paper meets its ancestor, the tree. They shake hands. The scissors glide through the paper without resistance, but avoid being caught by the stone. The paper doesn’t think about crushing the stone anymore, but it knows it still can.
Solo exhibition - BA students in Fine Art
From September 30th to December 2nd a series of 24 solo shows by 3rd year students in Fine Art will be taking place in Laugarnes.
Each thursday a solo exhibition will be opened at three different locations in Laugarnes: The Cube on 2nd floor, Navel in the middle of the building on first floor and Hulduland on the north side of the building on first floor.
Openings are from 17:00 - 18:00 on Thursdays.