“The theme Transition, a floating movement from one condition to another – also including the green shift in the energy industry. This was something I easily could relate to and create something from,” says Andreassen.
New exhibition form for the ONS Artist
Her artwork will be produced in large scale and be exhibited outdoors in the festival area in the harbour of Stavanger during ONS 2016.
“We are very pleased Marit Victoria Wulff Andreassen agreed to become the ONS Artist for 2016, says Tonje Skålevik, Project Manager for the ONS Festival.
“We have usually exhibited the ONS art in art galleries or museums. This time we want to bring Andreassen’s art to the people. By displaying them in the festival area, we hope to make the ONS Artist available to a wider audience than the usual gallerygoers. This way it will be easier for the ONS visitors to make time for art in their busy days at the exhibition, conference and festival,” Skålevik states.
About the ONS Artist 2016
Marit Victoria Wulff Andreassen (1971) is a visual artist working with pen and crayon drawings on paper, large murals and paintings. She is from Kasfjord in the north of Norway, and lives and works in Stavanger.
Andreassen graduated from Bergen Academy of Art and Design, and has participated in a number of exhibitions in USA, Germany, England and Italy. In 2010 she was nominated for the Carnegie Art Award. She has had several separate exhibitions in Norway. Sexuality, body, gender and identity are important topics in Marit Victoria Wulff Andreassen’s art.