Viktor Rakov Gjengaar with Urban Samtidskunst
– Hosted at Grafill
part of a series on Transparency
Blank Space is an ambitious visual art house project in Oslo that works to fill the gaps in the art world today. Gallery. Workshops. Studios. Community.
Grafill is one of Norway’s largest organizations for the field of visual communication. The organization collects about 1,300 professionals and students in the fields of graphic design, illustration, animation, design, comic creation and interactive design.
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Viktor Rakov Gjengaar is the founder and director of Urban Samtidskunst and has been the driving force behind nearly all legal street murals in Oslo since the organizations inception in 2012.
In this discussion he will be talking about both his work, as well as the Norwegian atmosphere for supporting public art works. Viktor will begin with a summary of the street art movement in general, and expand to discuss his perspective on the Norwegian street art scene. Answering the most obvious questions from a beginning level, and moving on to more complex food-for-thought points, Mr. Rakov Gjengaar will talk about transparency, or lack of, throughout his lecture.