will change with time ( structure, action, vulnerability, inherent reference to self and artist, role of art history, of subjective selection...)
The following compilation clip of individual Buekorps marching in front of his/her favorite painting at the Bergen Art Museum is intended to address individuality within the confines of modern societal structure. Symbols of authority juxtaposed to reveal uncertainty.
Each subject was asked to march for the camera in front of their chosen painting for 7 minutes.
They were asked three questions, "What it means to be part of the Buekorps?", "What they envision their lives like when they are 30 years old?", and "Why they chose the painting they did?".
These questions were loosely translated by The Sons of Norway, a Norwegian American club in Seattle. ( The audio component is part of the full installation.)