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Topographies of The Obsolete: Vociferous Void
Images from the opening of the Topographies exhibition during the British Ceramics Biennale 2013 at the former Spode Factory, Stoke on Trent.
27 September 2013. Topographies of The Obsolete is an art research project running parallel, and with close links to Re:place.


Tracings: video shown on digital photo frame, Jeremy Welsh. Images shot in the Spode mould stores. Shown as part of the Topographies Pavilion featuring documentation and archives

Installation by Margrethe Kolstad Brekke

Anne Helen Mydland and Johan Sandborg opening their renovated Spode board room

Public in the renovated board room at the Spode factory

Video by Chloe Brown with dancers from the local Northern Soul miieu

Video by Chloe Brown with dancers from the local Northern Soul miieu

Installation in abandoned office by Sabine Popp

Installation in abandoned office by Sabine Popp

Outdoor intervention on the Spode Site - Erna Skuladottir-  ceramicised weeds

Outdoor intervention on the Spode Site - Erna Skuladottir-  ceramicised weeds

Sculpture/installation by Corrina Thornton

Performative installation by Neil Brownsword featuring local craftsmen painting contemporary ruins on porcelain platters

Installation by Øivind Suul

Installation by Anne Helen Mydland

Camera Obscura made from plaster moulds, Numi Thorvarsson

Tone Saastad and Nina Malterud in Tone's projection installation

Jane Sverdrupsen as guide, leading the audience to a performance

Performance by Richard Launder and Julia Collura

Performance by Richard Launder and Julia Collura

Bronze cast of a Spode mould, by Heidi Nikolaisen

Performance by Rita Marhaug & Traci Kelly during the opening of The British Ceramic Biennale 2013

Performance by Rita Marhaug & Traci Kelly during the opening of The British Ceramic Biennale 2013

Performance by Rita Marhaug & Traci Kelly during the opening of The British Ceramic Biennale 2013




Buildings at the Spode Factory site, Stoke on Trent, March 2013









Several places in one place: Vienna, November 7 - 10, 2012.


Wim Wenders / poster / building site

Giant QR code as advertisement that does not actually function as a QR code

Closed down bakery becomes (closed) gallery Area 53, not Area 51.

Electric Avenue in the 21st, Quarter. Not the Electric Avenue in Brixton, immortalized in the song by Eddy Grant.



Sunday 28 October 2012. A series of found texts. Bergen. Between Kronstad and Florida.












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