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Rome (wasn’t) built in a day: Oslo version

Dean, Judith; Creamer, Ann-Marie; Leggat Ramfelt, Pernille; Berge, Kjetil

Authors

Ann-Marie Creamer

Pernille Leggat Ramfelt

Kjetil Berge



Abstract

Rome was built in a day using a wide range of materials, equipment and objects found, bought, and borrowed in Oslo the day before. Building was not confined to the space in which I was predominantly working. For a few hours the public could witness the work in progress, alongside projects by other artists. Once finished, Rome remained in the space for viewers to see at subsequent events. Dress: Italian military trousers (pleated, excessively long but otherwise well fitted), fake high-heeled pink snakeskin boots, second-hand t-shirt with Norwegian text and gold glitter epaulets.

Exhibition Performance Type Exhibition
Start Date May 1, 2009
APA6 Citation Dean, J., Creamer, A., Leggat Ramfelt, P., & Berge, K. Rome (wasn’t) built in a day: Oslo version. 1 May 2009 - 1 May 2009. (Unpublished)
Keywords territory, ambition, temporality, farce


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