'Public Art: Sandnessjøen upper secondary school'

Arild Berg

Research output: Artistic and non-textual formArtefactSolo art production

Abstract

Prohibition signs or mandatory signs can dominate the written language in a building. By the use of the pupils' own language, dialect and words, the building might seem more their own, allowing an interplay of the identity of the pupils and the building. From the article Art in neon and concrete by Amalie Marie Selvik, Skinnblad, 4/2011. http://issuu.com/skinnblad/docs/skinnblad04-2011 Seating objects outside, a fireplace in the canteen and tiles integrated in the floor. A collaboration with Nordland County Municipality and artistic consultant Kari Elfstedt, Public art Norway.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2010
MoE publication typeF1 Published independent work of art

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