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Nobody Passes in UiO:KHM during Oslo Pride 2015

Nobody Passes – Manifestos of queer resistances

Nobody Passes is an archive. Nobody Passes is not an archive. Nobody Passes is in between.

Nobody Passes is personal. Nobody Passes is not personal. Nobody Passes is in between.

Nobody Passes is political. Nobody Passes is not political. Nobody Passes is in between.

Nobody Passes is resisting categorization. It is an exhibition somewhere in between. Moving from the particular to the general to the concrete. Moving from art works to personal belongings to found material. Moving from the archive to the present to history. Moving from the personal to the political to abstraction. Moving from subject to object to abject. Nobody Passes is a manifestation of queer resistances and it demands the space in between as a valid ground to stand on.

Nobody Passes is an exhibition by france rose and Helle Grøndahl featuring friends and friends of friends and some found material from the internet and the dark corners of our closets.

Featuring: Alexander Findeisen, Del LaGrace Volcano, Dennis Delwér, Hedvig Bergman, Heidi-Anett & Lena Katrine, Hilda Kahra, Hilde Pytkowski, JJ Levine, Lisa Edetun, Madeleine Aimeé Hofsøy, Siv Evenmo, Susanne Skeide, Synnøve G. Wetten and france rose & Helle Grøndahl and some unknown youtube users, v-loggers and bloggers.
Shout outs to: PrideHouse OsloPride, UiO:Kulturhistorisk Museum and Unge Kunstneres Samfund (UKS).
Thnx to: Reidar Jessen and everyone @OsloPride, Tone Cecilie Simensen Karlgård and everyone @UiO:KHM, Johanne Nordby Wernø, Roderick Hietbrink and everyone @UKS.
Special thnx to: Vilde L. Blom for photo documentation.

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Helle is an artist, curator and academic. They have a Bachelor in Fine Arts from The Trondheim Academy of Fine Art, NTNU and are currently studying a Master’s in Gender Studies at The Centre for Gender Research, University of Oslo. In their work Helle uses appropriations, copies and reproductions to comment on, reveal and deconstruct the ideas of identity, gender and sex.

Website: http://www.hellegrondahl.com/

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