Line Anda Dalmar

Mar 21, 2019


Apr 28, 2019

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Exhibition opening on Thursday 21 March at 6 pm.

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Line Anda Dalmar takes us into memories of places and landscapes and explores time and space. Nature and changes in nature is a recurring theme, and her work often originates from field studies in unknown landscapes. Dalmar works in various media, but this exhibition focuses on drawing.


I draw because I'm afraid to forget. That is the starting point for this exhibition. It is about abstract experiences that are difficult to document: memories of places, thoughts, time and situations. Through drawing, I look for key fragments that gives the whole a meaning. 

Landscape is a motif that I keep coming back to. I think of landscapes as frames that we fill with content, as containers for our stories. They are projection surfaces, not only for our own stories, but also for the structures - visible and invisible, which determine the premises for how we live and have lived. I am concerned with what elements are stored in my visual memory and how they become a story I later experience as a memory. - Line Anda Dalmar


Line Anda Dalmar (1983) lives and works in Trondheim. Dalmar graduated from Konstfack in Stockholm (MA) in 2010 and the Bergen Academy of the Arts (BA) in 2008. In the recent years, she has exhibited regularly nationally and internationally. Including at Trondheim Kunstforening, Stavanger Kunstmuseum, Rogaland Kunstsenter, Galleri Babel (Trondheim), USF (Bergen), PublicSpaceOne (Iowa, USA), Altes Finanzamt (Berlin), Marabouparken (Stockholm), and Preus museum (Horten). Dalmar has also had several study stays abroad, including in the USA (California, Minnesota), Berlin and Villa Faraldi (Italy).


The exhibition is supported by Billedkunstnernes Vederlagsfond and Regionale prosjektmidler.




Tegnerforbundet have open tours every Wednesday at 16.30 during the exhibition period. For updates on current events, stay tuned to our website and Facebook.


The events are free and open to everyone.


Selected works from the exhibition are available in our online store. Find out more here .