It started in late 2012. First, a vague idea, then it began to crystalize, and by the time winter returned they seriously got down to work. They launched Thisispaper Shop to make a statement. We disagree with mass production and consumptionism, with the relentless quest for new products that satisfy artificially created needs.
The exhibiting artists include: Kristoffer Anders Skogheim Amundsen, Bjarne Bare, Jørn Bjercke, Sindre Brusselmans, Tobias Alexander Danielsson, Miriam Hansen, Siri Iversen-Ejve, Henrik Mojord Jahnsen, Silje Johannessen, Linda Karin Larsen, Solveig Lønseth, Svetlana Negashova, Sara Jenny Charlotta Rönnbäck, Lise Steingrim, Peter Christian Sæbø, Morten Jensen Vågen, Per Joel Sebastian Westerlund and Ruben Aas and it is curated by Natalie Hope O’Donnell
A selction of works from two series "Solidago" and "Kanoa" by New York based photographer Maggie Harrsen. She takes her practices in the connection with nature life and all living creatures. "As all living beings carry an individual etheric vibration, these works aim to study this single yellow flower, its essence and healing capacity." - Maggie Harrsen on Solidago
It's a photographic series of old tube televisions taken at the very moment they are switched off. The TV picture breaks down and is abstracted to its essential element: light. Each of these photographs is from a different TV, but it's also the length of exposure, timing, and time the TV has been running before the photo is taken that affects the results.
Right from the start we liked the idea that Toiletpaper was a label that could be applied to a broad series of objects: magazines, books, plates, mugs and tablecloths. Pierpaolo and I are like sadistic scientists: everything that’s around us can be infected by the TP virus, we continually test different samples and we analyze the results, so that Toiletpaper can become a style, and not just a photographic one