Apple Puma was a living installation that was on view at Bergen Kjøtt in May 2018. Working towards keeping an active dialogue about artistic research practice and development of practice, which does not focus on finished polished objects; Apple Puma presented a challenge to notions of care, exploring its significance as an ethical and political obligation for thinking in the more than human worlds of nature cultures. A staged, shrine-like installation for the audience and myself too, to probe, provoke and simply raise awareness of this contingent universe we find ourselves in.

I invited musician and composer, Stephan Meidell to collaborate with the living installation as a closing for Apple Puma. Watch Stephan Meidells performance Stephan Meidell unplugged with the Canary Bird orchestra. here

Apple Puma, Installation view Bergen Kjøtt, 2018
Apple the canary
Apple Puma, Installation view Bergen Kjøtt, 2018

Marpat, 2018, iPhone image Type C print, 80 x 60 cm, Edition of 5

Apple Puma, Installation view Bergen Kjøtt, 2018

The Star of Afrika I, 2018, Neon, transformer, cable

The Star of Afrika II, 2018, Neon, transformer, cable

The Star of Afrika III, 2018, Neon, transformer, cable

The Three Sisters, 2018, Type-C print, Edition of 5

Charged Yearnings, 2018, Video room installation

Charged Yearnings, 2018, Video still