BIO

Stin
Stine Gonsholt (b.1973), is a Norwegian artist based in Skien, Norway. Gonsholt is working within a variety of lens-based media, in parallel with collaborative projects including experimental video, mixed media installations and artist books. She has also produced a series of public commissions.
Gonsholt's projects examines topics related to development processes within an interdisciplinary, global context.; Changes within local communities as a consequence of global transformation, is a main point of interest. As of 2017, Gonsholt has developed a landscape project in collaboration with the visual artist Åse Løvgren. The focus of the project is global transitions related to production and technology, how such processes leave their mark on the landscapes and alters our understanding of a place. The project looks for such traces or prints, which are then processed visually and materially. The fascination with how digital production, which is often thought of as immaterial and free-flowing across national borders, also has a material side, is central to the work.
Stine Gonsholt work is shown internationally and acquired by amongst other: The Arts Council Norway, The Norwegian Journalists Association, University of Stavanger and DKS Vestfold and Telemark County.
Selected exhibitions 2022; I Call It Art, The National Museum in Oslo, SLUICE LISBON - Territory, Barreiro (PT)Kunsthuset KABUSO, Øystese, The Universal Machine, Bergen Kunsthall/ Landmark/BEK, Bergen (NO) 2021; Hands and feet... and Entangled Landscape at Spriten Kunsthall, Skien (In collaboration with Åse Løvgren, Neal Cahoon and Skift. Land), 2020; The Valley, Kunsthall 3,14 in Bergen, The Artists Exhibition (133.) The Artists´House, Oslo, The second Chapter, Kunsthall 3,14 in Bergen, Østlandsutstillingen, Kunstbanken Hedemark kunstsenter and 2019: 36.KASSEL DOCUMENTARY FESTIVAL, KulturBahnhof Kassel (DE) with Åse Løvgren.
The film "Brutal Simplifiers" was awarded The Relief Fund for Visual Artists (BKH) Award. 2014: The project "Corridors" (Spriten Publishing) was awarded The Telemark County Footprint Award. In this project, Gonsholt documented the impact of newly developed infrastructure, along the "Trans West-African Transport Corridor", a transport network which crosses and connects West-Africa with the rest of the world. 2003: Gonsholt's first documentary film "Mission Mongolia" received The BKH Award and was shown on the public broadcaster in Norway (NRK), 2004 and 05. Gonsholt has held residencies (selection) at Zentrum für Kunst und Urbanistik i Berlin, Citè International des Arts, Paris, Bergen Centre for Electronic Arts and SIM - The Association of Icelandic Visual Artists, Reykjavik.