Sille Storihle is an artist and educator based in Oslo, working primarily with moving images and printed matter.
Their artistic practice encompasses a body of work in dialogue with queer archives and pasts, exploring relationships between power and performativity.
During Coast Contemporary Storihles latest film, The Group Crit, will be screened in the cinema at Kabelvåg School of Moving Images. The film was created in collaboration with students at the school, as a part of a workshop.
From 2012 to 2020, Storihle ran the queer-feminist platform FRANK together with Liv Bugge. The platform originated as a salon, which developed into a wide range of projects in different locations with various co-curators. Their current research and work focuses on live action role-playing games (LARP) as an artistic methodology in the production of moving images.
They have exhibited at the National Museum, Oslo, 2023, 2022, 2014; M HKA – Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp, 2020; Kunsthall Oslo, 2018, 2017, 2013; GiBCA – Göteborg International Biennial for Contemporary Art, 2017; Performa, New York, 2013; and Sharjah Biennial 11, 2013, among many others. Storihle holds a BFA from Trondheim Academy of Fine Art and an MA in Aesthetics and Politics from the California Institute of the Arts, Los Angeles. Since 2016, they have been Assistant Professor at Kabelvåg School of Moving Images, UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Tromsø.