I Hate Art II

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Morten Viskum (1965 - )

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"I Hate Art II"




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Artwork Selected Aug 28, 2023

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Artwork I Hate Art II

"I Hate Art II"

Morten Viskum

1965 -

Morten Viskum is a Norwegian artist known for his use of dead animals preserved in formaldehyde and his self-staging. He employs installations, objects, videos, and painting in his work. Viskum often works with a life-size copy of himself as part of his artistic exploration of identity - related to cultural constructions and stereotypes. He has received a lot of attention for his projects, including the Rat Olive Project (1995), where he replaced olives with rat fetuses in several grocery stores in Norway, or the exhibition The Hand That Never Stopped Painting (1999), where he developed a series of abstract paintings executed with a dead hand.

Viskum studied at the Norwegian School of Veterinary Science from 1987 to 1993 before starting at the National Academy of Fine Arts in Oslo, where he studied from 1992 to 1997.

In 2002, Viskum established the exhibition space and art institution Vestfossen Kunstlaboratorium, located in the old cellulose factory in Vestfossen, Øvre Eiker, where international contemporary art is displayed.

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