Norwegian artist Henriksen lives and work in the Svolver, in the Lofoten Archipelago, located in the northern part of Norway. He has produced several works of public art in his native Norway, but his works also can be found in a number of Swedish public collections, for example Västerås Municipally. There is also a public artwork installed at Karlstad Hospital. In this exhibition he presents a new series of paintings, works he describes as “time-rapports”. He explains that his working process resembles a scientific study. Every day he makes observations of the surrounding landscape, and this information informs his paintings, and is itself a sort of a diary keeping.
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