The Cabin Series

Three on-board cabins served as ambulating galleries in what we called The Cabin Series. A program introducing a selection of independent, artist run or artist governed contemporary art spaces in Norway. Each invited space is given carte blanche to program according to their own agendas, with a new space presenting a new project in each cabin, each day of the journey.


Nancy Lupo by 1857 – Oslo 
Danilo Correale by Entrée – Bergen 
Hanne Lippard by Kunsthall Stavanger – Stavanger 
Hanna Fauske by RAKE visningsrom – Trondheim 
Gerasimos Floratos and Veronica Bruce by SCHLOSS – Oslo 
Nora Joung by UKS – Oslo 


1857 by artists and curators Stian Eide Kluge and Steffen Håndlykken  
Entrée by curators Randi Grov Berger and Espen Johansen  
Kunsthall Stavanger by curator Hanne Mugaas  
RAKE visningsrom by artists Trygve Ohren and Charlotte Rostad 
SCHLOSS by artist Ida Ekblad, writer Marie-Alix Isdal Voisin and gallery manager Esther Saura Muzquiz   
UKS by curator Rhea Dall 

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Nancy Lupo / 1857

Phone poetry and sculpture.
Cabin. 434, deck 4.
FRIDAY 22.09.2017

Nancy Lupo was presented by 1857 in the Cabin Series with the commissioned works Hold the Phone – you had to call the art form the cabin, and a Grissini sculpture. Curated by Stian Eide Kluge and Steffen Håndlykken. 

Nancy Lupo works with objects and installations as interventions based on commercial products and industrialized food. Her interferences often reveal or reconfigure the way commodities structure our behaviour and form our subjectivity. Nancy Lupo lives and works in Los Angeles, USA.

Reverie: On the Liberation from Work.
Hypnotherapy, 21:20 min x 2, LP Record. By Danilo Correale during the first edition in 2017. 
Photo: Laimonas Puisys

Danilo Correale / Entrée

Reverie: On the Liberation from Work.
Hypnotherapy, 21:20 min x 2, LP Record.
Cabin 434, deck 4.
Saturday 23.09.2017

Danilo Correale was presented by Entrée, curated by Randi Grov Berger and Espen Johansen.

Artist Danilo Correale has collaborated with a New York-based psychotherapist and hypnotherapist to create a guided hypnosis, exclusively for the Cabin Series, that aims to relax the body and mind in preparation for a post-work society. This hypnotic exercise guided the visitor on a peaceful journey of the mind to explore the realm where work is no longer needed, and where the dream of universal basic income has finally succeeded.

Performance by Hanne Lippard during the first edition in 2017. Curated by Helga-Marie Nordby and Tanja Sæter.
Photo: Laimonas Puisys.

Hanne Lippard / Kunsthall Stavanger

A spoken–word performance in three parts.
Cabin. 436, deck 4.
Friday 22.09.2017

Hanne Lippard was presented by Kunsthall Stavanger in the Cabin Series. Curated by Hanne Mugaas.

Hanne Lippard’s practice explores the voice as a medium. Her education in graphic design informs how language can be visually powerful; her texts are visual, rhythmic, and performative rather than purely informative, and her work is conveyed through a variety of disciplines, which include short films, sound pieces, installations and performance. Hanne Lippard lives and works in Berlin.

Erik Elk.
Cabin installation by Hanna Fauske. 
Photo: Hanna Fauske

Hanna Fauske / RAKE visningsrom

Installation, TV-show and CD.
Cabin. 640, deck 6.
Saturday 23.09.2017

Hanna Fauske was presented by RAKE visningsrom in the Cabin Series. Curated by Trygve Ohren and Charlotte Rostad.

Erik Elk is a man in his forties. Once a month he boards Hurtigruta to escape the confines of his home, located in the countryside of Trøndelag. What separates Erik from the rest of the passengers is that he has a tendency to leave his cabin unlocked.
In Fauske’s work we find ourselves in a fictitious world populated by so-called ordinary people. As viewers we are invited into the private spheres of these characters, where Fauske puts emphasis on objects and situations that, seemingly, are completely ordinary.

A small sculpture from the new series by Gerasimos Floratos. Photo: Laimonas Puisys.

Gerasimos Floratos / SCHLOSS

A series of small sculptures and a notebook.
Cabin 436, deck 4.
Saturday 23.09.17

Artists Gerasimos Floratos was presented by SCHLOSS in the Cabin Series, curated by Ida Ekblad.

The space was occupied by a series of new works of handmade figures produced in his grandmother’s old cafe turned studio on the Greek island of Kefalonia. Accompanying the figures was a notebook the artist has been traveling with and working on throughout the year. Floratos’ work takes us on a psycho-geographic tour of the artist’s world, hosted by a cast of anthropomorphised characters which evoke slouching alter egos some more closely resembling him than others, but all sharing an uncanny cartoonish familiarity that belies their autobiographical nature.

Nora Joung performing. Photo: Aslak Høyersten VISP

Nora Joung / UKS

Six performances and film.
Cabin Nr. 640, deck 6.
Friday 22.09.2017

Nora Joung – a Norwegian artist whose succinct word-based performances question who decides what reality sounds like and how it is best described, was invited by UKS to mount a retrospective of her performative works. Curated by Rhea Dall, director of UKS.

Using the cabin compartment as backdrop, Joung’s presented a chronological walk-through of her performative works to date.

Bill of Fares: 
1. Mouthing, 2014, 7 min, performance 
2. The Cynic, 2015, 10 min, performance with video 
3. The Conjurer, 2015, 10 min performance with video 
4. Golden ague, 2016, 6 min, performance with video 
5. Mapping, 2016, 10 min, performance with video 
6. Broadsheet, 2017, 5 min performance 
7. Operette Morali, 2017, 10 min performance 
8. Time share, 2017, 5:33 min, digital video with sound