Elephant Magazine / Nordic Lights and Romantic Delutions / Column by Ben Eastham / Issue 34 (in print)
Stefan Mensch 29.10.2018 Cultureblog
Ask Addoley + Anna – Season 2. 13 English episodes.
Commissioned by Coast Contemporary 2019.
Ask Addoley + Anna is a collaboration between artists Addoley Dzegede and Anna Ihle in the form of a podcast. Ask Addoley + Anna offers advice on career, home economics and relationships. Season 2 contains 13 episodes and interviews with 16 of our guests attending Organized Freedom – Coast´s third edition, curated by Sverre Gullesen and Tanja Sæter in 2019. Click on the Coast Cast page for more details on each episode.
Location Molde / Håholmen / Hurtigruten
KUNSTPODDEN 2020 PODCAST
The doomed girls island / De fortapte pikers øy.
KUNSTPODDEN podcast by Editor Cecilie Tyri Holdt, ADLINK and Flink Pike. 29.10.2020.
Interview with Tanja Sæter, founder of CC and curator of Coasts fourth edition Constructing Structures.
KUNSTPODDEN is an art podcast based in Oslo, covering the art scene.
Location: Hovedøya in the Oslo-fjord.
ArtScene Trondheim 29.09.202 / Tidsrom: BABEL (Void of Time)
Review by Aksel Langum Øien of the exhibition Time as a Social Institution presented at the collaborating venue BABEL visningsrom for kunst, the artist-run gallery space of Lademoen Artist Studios 21.- 26.2021
Location: Trondheim, Norway
Artists presented at BABEL: Ørjan Amundsen, Breton Cassette (17 artists and cassette releases), Anne Marthe Dyvi, Lesia Vasylchenko and USIKKERKUNSTJENTE (consisting of Alexandra Jegerstedt and Iben Isabell Krogsgaard).
Curated by Coast founder Tanja Sæter.
“In September, works by five artists were shown, as well as an audiovisual discography from the publisher Breton Cassette at the BABEL exhibition room for art. The exhibition is part of Coast Contemporary, a program of conferences, exhibitions and performances in Trondheim and Bergen. It is a project that since 2016 has aimed to establish a common platform for dialogue and communication between curators and creative artists. This year it takes place under the title Time as a Social Institution where curator Tanja Sæter conceptualizes an almost dystopian reflection on socio-cultural dilemmas and paradoxes in the contemporary search for a better future. A hunt portrayed as a time travel between futuristic and romantic, sentimentally nostalgic institutions.”