A K Dolven

A K Dolven is one of Norway’s most prominent artists. Through a variety of media – painting, installation, film and sound – her practice explores communities and their landscapes, often highlighting the relationship between individuals, society, and the natural world. Dolven’s approach is underpinned by her reflection, both intellectual and intuitive, on the human condition. Her work tends to refer to actual sensory experiences that shed light on our understanding of today’s world, exploring the subtle and unconscious mechanisms used in perception, memory and emotion.

A K Dolven (b.1953, Oslo) lives and works in Lofoten and London. She has exhibited widely with solo exhibitions at Ikon Gallery, Birmingham; Moderna Museet, Stockholm; and the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia. Selected group exhibitions include Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin; Tate Liverpool; and ICA, London. In 2005, she received the Prince Eugen Medal, Sweden, for outstanding artistic achievements.

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