Press officer:
Kjersti Solbakken
+47 91 60 39 32

About the project:
Five Thousand Generations of birds is an exhibition located in the archipelago of Fitjar,
on the West coast of Norway, - a landscape consisting of 381 islands, isles and reefs.
The exhibition will be located at Smedholmen, together with a number of surrounding isles.
Each participating artist will be given an island to produce a temporary and site specific work.

Initiated by:
Silje Linge Haaland and Andrea Bakketun.

Participating artists:
Roman Signer (CH), Aipotu (NO) , Miks Mitrevics (LV), Ann Cathrin November Høibo (NO), Johanna Malinowska (PL), Øyvind Aspen (NO), Mercedes Mühleisen (NO), Axel Linderholm (SE), Idan Hayosh (IL), Marla Hlady (CA), Sigmund Skard (NO), Serina Erfjord (NO), Five o´clock shadows (NO), Julien Berthier (FR), Tori Wrånes (NO) and Kunstverein st. Pauli (DE).

How to get to Fitjar

Please contact our press officer Kjersti Solbakken for assistance on travel and accomodation in Fitjar.

Press images:
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All pictures should be marked (PHOTO: Press image Five thousand generations of birds)

Island A

Island B

Island C

Currators Andrea Bakketun and Silje Linge Håland. Photo: Juuso Noronkoski