Kunsthall Stavanger welcomes you to the opening of Tiril Hasselknippe’s exhibition Play.
Hasselknippe, who is based in Stavanger, is considered one of Norway's leading contemporary artists. On Thursday February 9, she takes over Kunsthall Stavanger with a large-scale installation comprising light, sound and sculpture.
The exhibition is open from February 9 to April 30, 2023
Play was first shown at Nitja Centre for Contemporary Art 19 November–23 December, 2022, curated by Rikke Komissar.
Tiril Hasselknippe (f. 1984) holds an education from Malmö Art Academy (2013), including an exchange at The Cooper Union in New York. Her solo exhibitions were amongst others held at Drei, Cologne (2021), Magenta Plains, New York (2020), Norwegian Sculptors Society (2020), Kunstnerforbundet (2019), and Kunstverein Braunschweig, Germany (2017). Participation to group exhibitions include the New Museum Triennale Songs for Sabotage, New York (2018), Röda Sten Konsthall Surfacing Earth, Gothenburg (2016), and Astrup Fearnley Museum NN-A NN-A NN-A – New Norwegian Abstraction (2015). Hasselknippe’s commissioned works for public spaces can be found at Klostergårdens IP Stadium, The Institute of Water Science at The University of Lund, the Faculty of Law at the University of Oslo, and the Norwegian School of Economics in Bergen.