with CONTRIBUTIONS BY 14 artists, PERFORMERS and writers: 
Sofia Jernberg/ Ole Henrik Moe/ Kari Rønnekleiv, Gyrid Gunnes, Torild Wardenær, Aina Villanger, Prerna Bishnoi/ Sindhu Thirumalaisamy, Liv Kristin Holmberg, Daniel Slåttnes/ Sara Rönnback, Jan Erik Rekdal, Marthe Ramm Fortun and Petrine Vinje

Installation MMMMM ... Alone (of all her sex) by Petrine Vinje © 2017 Photo: István Virag

Installation MMMMM ... Alone (of all her sex) by Petrine Vinje © 2017 Photo: István Virag

The installation MMMMM…Alone (of all her sex) will serve as a platform for discussions, talks and new artworks open for interaction with the public. It will feature visual and audible artworks, performances, readings, a collection of texts in a publication, lectures and talks all within a temporary installation in public space constructed on the premises of University of Oslo, Campus Blindern. MMMMM…Alone (of all her sex) aims to bring visitors into contact with the notions and view on the female as creator and political being, in opposition to the narrow understanding of the symbol Mary as a mother and virgin. The concept, installation and continuing programme are conducted by artist Petrine Vinje. 

A publication designed by Eller med a ed. Karoline Kjesrud / Petrine Vinje © 2017 Photo: István Virag

A publication designed by Eller med a ed. Karoline Kjesrud / Petrine Vinje © 2017 Photo: István Virag

PUBLICATION

Edited by Vinje and Kjesrud, the publication includes writing by Gyrid Gunnes, Torild Wardenær, Aina Villanger, Prerna Bishnoi/ Sindhu Thirumalaisamy, Liv Kristin Holmberg, Daniel Slåttnes/ Sara Rönnback, Jan Erik Rekdal, Marthe Ramm Fortun and Petrine Vinje. Furthermore, the conference speakers and abstracts for their lectures will be presented. Designed by Eller med a


The title of the public art project MMMMM…Alone (of all her sex) is lent from Marina Warner’s book Alone of all her sex. The myth and cult of Virgin Mary (Oxford Press, 1976)

Installation and performances at Blindern Campus, The Faculty of Humanities
in the park next to Sophus Bugge’s house
Niels Henrik Abels vei 36, Oslo