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Norwegian artist at multi-disciplinary art event

 Date:01/09/2006
 Type:Culture, Contemporary Art
 Location:England, London

London-based Audhild Dahlstrøm is one of the artists taking part in a quarterly intensive multi-disciplinary art event in Whitechapel where she will present her latest video work.

The event 'The Wormhole Saloon IV', curated by Joel Cahen, takes place on 1 September at the Whitechapel Art Gallery.

Dahlstrøm, who is educated at Kent Institute of Art and Design and Glasgow School of Art, will present her 2 min 37 sec long video work 'The Ballerina left bloodstains on my sofa'. It uses love as a vehicle for underdeveloped angst whilst bringing milk and blood together in an uncompromising position of unpleasant pleasure.

Of her works, Dahlstrøm says: "I am interested in how a real life experience often develops into something quite different and where the dramatic elements become significant and dramatised within one’s own mind.”

The Wormhole Saloon IV
The Whitechapel Art Gallery
Friday 1 September, 7pm – 11pm
82 Whitechapel High Street E2
£6/£5conc entry - to book tickets,
click here.


A preview of Audhild Dahlstrøm's latest work is 'The Bear-Hunter' can be seen online now - click here.
Photo: Audhild Dahlstrøm



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'The Ballerina left bloodstains on my sofa' will be shown at 'The Wormhole Saloon IV' eventPhoto: Audhild Dahlstrøm


A preview of Audhild Dahlstrøm's latest work is 'The Bear-Hunter' can be seen onlinePhoto: Audhild Dahlstrøm