Kiyoshi Yamamoto:
My Hair Loves BAD weather

30. April – 18. June 2021

  • Free entrance
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Photo: Susann Jamtøy / Trøndelag Centre for Contemporary Art

Kiyoshio Yamamoto "My Hair Loves BAD Weather" with Fernanda Branco, Deise Nunes, Luanda Carneiro Jacoel og Karmaklubb*

Welcome to the exhibition "My Hair LOVES BAD Weather" with the Bergen-based artist Kiyoshi Yamamoto. In the exhibition, Yamamoto has invited several artists and concepts that will contribute to activity throughout the exhibition period. On the opening day, there will be two performances with Fernanda Branco and Luanda Carneiro Jacoel.

On the opening day Fernanda Branco vil do her «"Gaia's Hair intruding thoughts"», performative actions in the exhibition, and at 17:30 Luanda Carneiro Jacoel vil performe her "Kalunga Entities",, starting outdoors which will end indoors in the exhibition.

Kiyoshi Yamamoto is a cross-border artist who both unites and challenges traditional art practices, arenas and methods. He has distinguished himself as an artist with his monumental textiles, he colorful canvases, shawls, and flags that appear both sculptural and architectural. Yamamoto has had several exhibitions set in a landscape between material-based objects, graphics, installation and performance.

Yamamoto's artistic works sensuously explore different materials and shapes by fusing them together into larger compositions. With his choice of material, he expresses various statements and opinions metaphorically. The artist is particularly interested in the relationship between color and identity, and the relationship between activism and material experimentation.

This spring, Kiyoshi Yamamoto presents the exhibition "My Hair Loves Bad Weather" at Trøndelag Center for Contemporary Art. He has invited artists Luanda Carneiro Jacoel, Fernanda Branco and Deise Nunes to take part in this project. They all have a background from Brazil and work in different ways with a decolonial artistic practice, exploring diasporic experiences and identity. All three artists present video and installations in the exhibition.

Yamamoto has received support for the exhibition from Billedkunstnernes Vederlagsfond og Regionale prosjektmidler for visuell kunst.

Kiyoshi Yamamoto (b. 1982, Brazil) lives and workes in Bergen. He received his master’s degree in art from Bergen Academy of the Arts in 2013 and has studied at the London College of Fashion and the Escola de Belas Arts in Rio de Janeiro. Yamamoto is represented in several collections, including KODE Museum in Bergen and the Norwegian Embassy in Brazil. He has also produced a series of commission for public space. A massive seven floors wall painting at St. Olav Hospital in Trondheim, The new Hurtigruten (Queen Sonja Print Awards), the University in Bergen, Vestli Primary school in Oslo and Tromsø University Hospital. Kiyoshi Yamamoto works as a guest lector at the University in Bergen.


Fernanda Branco
(b. 1974, Brazil) combines art and ecology thinking in her work, where she have been using organic materials in performances and installations. Branco has a hybrid approach to body, voice and visual elements, and her practice flows between avant-garde theater, dance and performance. She is a research fellow at the Oslo National Academy of the Arts, department of theater, and a background as a gardener. In Branco's performances, she focuses on presence through perception and the senses. www.fernandabranco.com

Luanda Carneiro Jacoel (Brazil) is a performance artist who works in the borderland between avant-garde, dance and ritual practices where questions about body memory, archives, identity and cultural background are challenged. She has studied dance and performance at PUC University of São Paulo and is now taking a master's degree in Performance at the Academy of Performing Arts in Østfold. She is also one of the founders of the ACTS Laboratory for Performative Practice platform, which works to promote transnational artists by arranging laboratories, having open studio practices, presentations and discussion forums.

Deise Faria Nunes
(b. 1974, Brazil) is a concept developer, artist, researcher, author and playwriter. She is currently a research fellow in theater at the University of Agder. She has both founded and been a producer for the ACTS laboratory for performative practice in Oslo, as well as project developer and playwright for Nordic Black Theater. Her research centers on decolonialism, feminism and African-Diaspora in the art of performance.

Karmaklubb *
is a nomadic queer club concept and a conversation platform. They organize club nights, open talks, artist talks, panels, concerts, performances, and food and wine tasting. Karmaklubb * is also a publishing platform (established in 2018) for essays, letters and gifts, transcripts, podcasts and an archive with 'thought and enjoyment'. All with the aim of celebrating an open feminist discourse, and challenging the language. Project manager is Tine Semb.

karmaklubb.com

Karmaklubb* with Kiyoshi Yamamoto and Friends Events is postponed!

Upcoming performance lecture with Deise Faria Nunes events and events on June 10 - 12 in collaboration with Kiyoshi Yamamoto and Karmaklubb * is postponed until autumn. Information about this will come at a later date.

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Kiyoshi Yamamoto

Photo: Amalie Marie Selvik / Trøndelag Centre for Contemporary Art

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Luanda Carneiro Jacoel's performance "Kalunga Entities" at the opening.

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Fernanda Branco "Gaia's Hair intruding thoughts" performative actions in the exhibition.

Photo: Amalie Marie Selvik / Trøndelag Centre for Contemporary Art

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Fernanda Branco "Gaia's Hair intruding thoughts".

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Fernanda Branco "Gaia's Hair intruding thoughts".

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Fernanda Branco "Gaia's Hair intruding thoughts".

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Luanda Carneiro Jacoel's performance "Kalunga Entities":

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Fernanda Branco "Gaia's Hair intruding thoughts".

Photo: Amalie Marie Selvik / Trøndelag Centre for Contemporary Art

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Fernanda Branco "Gaia's Hair intruding thoughts".

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Fernanda Branco "Gaia's Hair intruding thoughts".

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Fernanda Branco "Gaia's Hair intruding thoughts".

Photo: Amalie Marie Selvik / Trøndelag Centre for Contemporary Art

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