16 April – 2 May 1999
“For the first time, graduate students from the Valand Academy of Photography and Film show their work in Norway. Their artistry is a part of “the new visual language” consisting of dialogues and messages where photography serves as a starting point. The exhibition shows the younger generation’s relation to photography and thereby the changes occurring in this field. These last years’ explosion of new visual techniques creates a possibility of changing the visual language – perhaps the extended field also needs a change. It is not the technical innovation which constitutes the crucial factor, but the effect this has on our consciousness.
Supervising this exhibition: professor Tuja Lindström, artist Helga Bu and art critic Erik van der Heeg.”
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