“What is a narrative?” project workshop at KMD

Principal Investigator Kerim Nisancioglu presenting during workshop.
Photo: Climate Narratives / UIB

Climate Narratives held a half-day workshop for everyone associated with the project at KMD , UIB. The workshop featured interesting contributions from Edvard Hviding, Kerim Nisancioglu, Siri Veland, Andreas Hoffmann and Lars Henrik Smedsrud. All followed by group discussions and reflections.

Climate Narratives morning meeting at Trykkeriet in Bergen

Eamon O’Kane explaining how artists work with communities.
Including examples from his work in Fiji and plans for Ilulissat.
Photo by: Kerim Nisancioglu

Climate Narratives morning / breakfast meeting with invited guests at @trykkeriet / Foreningen Trykkeriet in Bergen planning our future plans for activities and workshops in Ilulissat.

Discussing plans for workshops combining art with science #climatenarratives
Photo by: Kerim Nisancioglu

Exhibition by Eamon O´Kane: oneiric nature

© Eamon O’Kane 2022

Climate Narratives CO-PI Eamon O’Kane opens new exhibition at Foreningen Trykkeriet in Bergen today. Address: Fjøsangerveien 70A , 5068 Bergen.
Exhibition period: 01.10.— 23.10.22

In his new exhibition Irish artist Eamon O’Kane presents new prints which explore memory, psychology and the natural world. The screen prints in the exhibition take their inspiration from the Baum Test, which is also known as the “Tree Test” and is a projective test developed by Swiss psychologist Charles Koch in 1952. It is used extensively across the world as a method of analyzing an individual’s personality and underlying emotional history. The prints are also inspired by another better known psychoanalytic tool the Rorschach or ink blot test. The prints are made from hand drawings of trees in Bergen and elsewhere in Scandinavia. O’Kane uses himself as a subject and prints the same mirrored trees over and over again entering in a meditative state in the process.
Read more here.