September 7–16, 2018
Vernissage: September 7, 19:00
BE GOOD TO YOURSELF
«Be good to yourself» is the result from several stays in the West Bank, between 2011–2017.
Katarina Skjønsberg showed the process of making her book, the very first sketchy handmade dummies and the ones that followed. She also sold her book with brand new insert prints, printed in riso at Pamflett. These new prints are photographies from her latest travel to Palestine in november 2017, and is a continuation of the project. Her latest work, a short film from her travels expressing her journey, ambivalences and emotions felt while processing the images was presented in the exhibition. And a wall of sketches and photographies.
«Be good to yourself» is the winning book of Nordic Dummy Award 2016. Support for making the book: Norsk Kulturråd, Fritt Ord, Norsk Fotografisk Fond & Fotogalleriet. (And Office Contemporary Art Norway (OCA) funded the exhibition in Ramallah).
June 15–24, 2018
Artist and printer Linn Horntvedt (Oslo/Sandefjord) launched her new publication OMKRETS, with new poster editions printed with risograph at Pamflett. The book includes drawings and photography on both nature and cultural landscapes. In the exhibition space Horntvedt explored how to present and exhibit an artist’s book.
Linn Horntvedt works with books, silk screen printing and sculptures, and are part of Oslo’s Fellesverksted and the publishing initiative Mondo Books.
April 12–15, 2018
Pamflett celebrate 2 years as a space for printed matter in Bergen. Photographs, drawings, books, zines and posters printed on risograph will be exhibited.
Prints by Fredrik Rysjedal, Ann-Kristin Stølan, Raquel Maia Marques and Ola Lysgaard, including printed material by other artists using Pamflett’s risograph.
Exhibition made possible by support from Grafill
October 9–20, 2017
Å FINNE STEMMEN
(Finding One's Voice) is a collection of texts and images tragicomically describing what it was to integrate and learn Norwegian as a creative, non-white immigrant. Also included in the book is an “association game" she made, played by 10 participants, all living in Norway, but coming from places ranging from Sweden and Germany to Ethiopia and Jordan.
Å finne stemmen was part of the first residency in our self publishing workshop!
October 19–22, 2017