The History of Velocity
Preview AUG. 21. 2015 / 7-9pm

The artist makes sculptures that move and stage them in very specific ways. He devices immersive experiences where the audience enters a purpose-built space, or a carefully crafted environment, and he makes objects that are transformed through their attention. The question of how the performative aspect of sculpture constructs a sense of time is central to his artistic practice. Gómez-Egaña’s installations and performance-based works have been staged at various art events such as the Bergen Triennial, Performa 13 in New York, Kunsthall Mulhouse in France, the Marrakech Biennial, and the Brussels Biennial.

Co-Produced by: BIT Teatergarasjen
With the support of: Arts Council Norway

Colombian-born artist Pedro Gómez-Egaña currently spends his time between Copenhagen, Bergen and Bogotá. He has studied music composition, performance art, and visual arts at Goldsmiths College and the Bergen National Academy of Arts, and he completed his doctoral project with the Norwegian Research Fellowship Programme in 2012.

Click on the image below to see video from the performance
Credits: Tommy Ellingsen

Photo: Tommy Ellingsen.