Net stroll: 3rd of September 2012, Børre Sæthre (Norway)
The Norwegian artist Børre Sæthre is known for his art installations that remind the viewer of the settings of science-fiction films — bringing each visitor into a fantastic and dreamlike universe.
His spaces are usually sculptural and reconstructed environments that includes; light, soundscapes or moving images. Reflection from his Nordic homeland and childhood memories can easily been recognized in his work — along with some selection of art, film, design and architectural history.
The artist is a brilliance — when it comes to building a negotiation strategy between; chaos and control — beauty and ugliness.
Photographs taken from google image
Børre Sæthre was born in 1967 in Oslo, Norway. He lives and works in New York and Oslo. He has had several solo exhibitions including; “From Someone Who Nearly Died But Survived”, Bergen Kunsthall, Bergen, Norway, “I’ve Been Guilty of Hanging Around”, Participant Inc, New York, “Powered by Zero”, Galerie Loevenbruck, Paris and “Module for Mood”, Thread Waxing Space. His work has also been displayed in numerous of group shows.