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Street View at Geiten

Today I have my Oslo debut and solo exhibition in the newly opened private viewing room Geiten.


I feel honored to be their first exhibitor.


(Open by appointment and with booking, send a PM to Geiten if interested).

GEITEN is happy to invite you to it's inaugural exhibition project, 'Street View', by artist Mina Paasche (b.1988) as the first of a series of artist projects to be presented in the apartment-cum-project space in 2021.

The exhibition will be open between 12:00-15:00 every Saturday from February 27th through March 13th.

UPDATE: Due to Covid-19 restrictions, the exhibition will be closed March 6th and March 13th but hopefully re-open for the weekend of March 20+21st

'Street View' is a display of photographs taken during Copenhagen Pride in 2017. Installed together, it is an almost dreamlike view back at a time when we could collectivly move between street parties, clubs, private homes, and other cultural venues, to hug our friends or to share a cigarette with a beautiful stranger.

Paasche (b.1988 in Lørenskog, Norway) is a visual artist and researcher based in Trondheim, Norway. Paasche combines art, cultural probes, ethnography and technology. Her work develops in a wide range of media including, film, video, sound, installation, painting, photography and live performances which have been exhibited at both national and international performance and media arts festivals, institutions and galleries. Through her works, Paasche often explores interdisciplinary collaborative projects. Working on projects about human and animal echolocation and the transportation of soundscapes, inclusive exhibition designs, dystopian predictions about the future, gender identity, refugee issues and identity and illness. Her work is part of private collections in Denmark and Norway. Selected references: Ars Electronica Festival in Linz, Austria (2020), Aarhus Artspace (2020), Gallery Monitor, Gothenburg (2020), Den Frie Utstillings Bygning, Copenhagen (2019, 2016), Rosendal Teater, Trondheim (2020), CPH:DOX Audio:visual (2019), Louisiana Museum of Modern Art (2018), Carpark festival (2018), Plugout festival (2017), Mod.Strøm festivalen (2017).


GEITEN is a new, social exhibition space in an apartment in the heart of St. Hanshaugen in Oslo. Founded and run by an artist and art technician, an art mediator and curator, a curation student and art writer, GEITEN aims to offer artists and visitors a unique social context for the experience of both emerging and established artistic practices. GEITEN aims to be a space of inclusivity and reciprocal support.

Street View 8/8, photography on print, 2017.


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