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Danger Museum: Miho Shimizu / Øyvind Renberg
www.dangermuseum.com / www.peanutcircuit.com

Shimizu b.1976 in Tokyo
1997 – 1998: BA Fine Art Extension year, Goldsmiths College, University of London, London, UK
1998 – 2001: BA Fine Art, Goldsmiths College, University of London, London, UK
2008 – 2009: MA Fine Art, University of Art and Design Helsinki (TAIK), Helsinki, Finland
2009 – 2011: MA Fine Art, Oslo National Art Academy of the Arts, Oslo, Norway / Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam, The Netherlands (exchange study)

Renberg b.1976 in Oslo
1995 – 1996: Einar Granum kunstskole, Oslo, Norway
1996 – 1997: Camberwell College, Foundation Course, London, UK
1997 – 2000: BA Fine Art, Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK

Upcoming:
2016, Möbius,  a solo exhibition at Damsgård, Bergen, Norway

2016, Group Chofu, Mirume Gallery, Tokyo, Japan (Shimizu)

2016, Emerging Artists, a residency with Daniel Kok, Kinosaki International Arts Center, Kobe, Japan (Shimizu)

2016, Möbius,  a solo exhibition at Uqbar, Berlin, Germany

Selected solo projects/exhibitions
2015, Möbius, a video production at Damsgård, Bergen, Norway

2014, Seeing Double, Art Center Ongoing, Tokyo, Japan

2014, Free Townswoman, tête, Berlin, Germany

2013, Tomorrow & Yesterday, Davis Lisboa, Barcelona, Spain

2013, Barrier Beautification Project, New York, USA

2012, Kurt Kurt Open Studio, Kurt Kurt, Berlin, Germany (Shimizu)

2011, Damsgård, Kabuso, Utne in collaboration with Hordaland Kunstnersenter, curator Anne Szefer Karlsen, Bergen, Norway

2011, Contact, BOA Gallery, Oslo, Norway (Shimizu)

2010, Upstream, HKS, Bergen, curator Anne Szefer Karlsen, Bergen, Norway

2010, Fate for the Breakfast, Student Gallery 2125, Oslo, Norway

2009, Rio porcelain 2009 edition, DOGA, Oslo, Norway

2008, Rio porcelain, Sound of Mu, Oslo, Norway

2008, Rio porcelain, Tou Scene, Stavanger 2008 / European Capital of Culture, Stavanger, Norway

2008, Danger Museum: Recycled, curator Kyongfa Che, UKS, Oslo, Norway

2007, Seja Marginal, Seja Heroi, curator Sebastian Ramirez, Wysing Arts centre, Cambridge, UK

2005, An Clar Glas, during the Locale Residency, Peacock, Aberdeen, Scotland

2004 – 05, Blow-In, curator Grant Watson, Cork Public Museum, for The Cork Midsummer Festival / Cork 2005: European Capital of Culture, Cork, Ireland

2004, Thinking Archives. Archiving Thoughts, curator Heman Chong, Sparwasser HQ, Berlin, Germany

2004, Radio Hue, With Joo young Lee, Art Space Hue, Seoul, Korea

2002, The Danger Museum, curator Melanie Keen, Space@inIVA, Institute Of International Visual Arts (inIVA), London, UK

Selected group projects/exhibitions
2015, Fast Forward: Women In Photo Our conference Fast Forward: Women in Photography at Tate Modern, 6-7 Nov 2015.,Instagram features work from all over the world, run by @mkapajeva www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/conference/fast-forward-women-photography (Shimizu)

2015, Hors d’œuvre – The Secondary Concern #2, tête, Berlin, Germany (Renberg)

2015, Die Zimmer der Nomaden, Kunstverein Tiergarten, Berlin, Germany

2014, Kunst Späti – Affordable Art Market #2, tête, Berlin, Germany (Renberg)

2014, IWF Mördertreff, Spor Klübü, Berlin, Germany (Renberg)

2014, PAO Festival 2014 / Visual Poetry in performance art, Atelier Nord ANX (Shimizu)

2014, Beyond Limits: Postglobal Mediation, San Diego Art Institute, CA, USA. Curated by Ginger Shulick Porcella and Denise Carvalho. Along with works by Hector Canonge, Anibal Catalan, Charlie Citron, Cesar Cornejo, Einar & Jamex de la Torre, Blane de St. Croix, Heather Dewey-Hagborg, Ira Eduardovna, Glenda & Jesse Drew, Angela Freiberger, Marlon Griffith, Pablo Helguera, Debby & Larry Kline, Arun Kumar, JaeWook Lee, Mary Mattingly, Saul Melman, Yunmi Her, Margaret Noble, Don Porcella, Mei Xian Qiu, Jose Hugo Sanchez, Zachary Royer Scholz, Adriana Varella, Alex Villar.

2012, Beat Audition, Smallroomevents, Berlin, Germany (Renberg)

2012, Multiple Choices Book Launch, along with a selection of works by Ane Hjort Guttu, Katya Sander, Ricardo Basbaum, Miho Shimizu & Øyvind Renberg, Alex Villar.  Torpedo Book Shop, Oslo, Norway. Multiple Choices book is a publication co-produced with Alex Villar, Ana Linneman. Edited by Judith Schwarzbart, with essays and projects by Glória Ferreira, Eva Díaz, Simon Sheikh, Ricardo Basbaum, Katya Sander, Ane Hjort Guttu, Ana Linnemann, Miho Shimizu & Øyvind Renberg, Alex Villar.

2012, Multiple Choices, with Ane Hjort Guttu, Katya Sander, Ricardo Basbaum, Alex Villar,  KARST project space, Plymouth, UK

2012, Memento Chofu, curated by Takashi Ishizaki, Tokong Dalam Besar, Tokyo, Japan ( Shimizu)

2011, almanac10, depositors meeting 9, Tokyo, Japan (Shimizu)

2011, Video art symposium, Atopia, Oslo, Norway (Shimizu)

2011, Graduation show of Oslo National Academy of the Arts, Stenersen Museum, Oslo, Norway (Shimizu)

2011, Life of an Artist, curated by Lili Reynaud-Dewar, LiveInYourHead, Geneva, Switzerland (Shimizu)

2011, Life of an Artist, Symposium, Rotterdam, The Netherlands (Shimizu)

2011, I want to believe, Wolf Art, Rotterdam, The Netherlands (Shimizu)

2010, Benefit Auction and Gala, Flux Factory, New York, USA

2010, Bodies of Dispersion: Mechanisms of Distention, curator Denise Carvalho, Galeria Arsenal, Bialystok, Poland

2009, Sympathy for the Devil, Museum for Contemporary Art, Oslo, Norway (Shimizu)

2009, Visuelt, DogA, Oslo, Norway

2009, Recharged collection, Helsinki City Museum, Finland

2008, Reality Bliss, curator Mette Cecilie Monsen, Kunstverket, Oslo Norway

2008, Background, curators Susanne Ø. Sæther and Jonas Ekeberg, Preus Museum, Horten Norway

2008, Radio Hue publication, Mediabus at Artsonje Center, Seoul, South Korea

2008, Multiple Choices, All of the above, Oslo Kunstforening, Oslo, Norway

2006, Re-Shuffle: Notions of an Itinerant Museum, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Art in General, New York, USA

2005 Opacity, curators Trude Iversen / Nina Möntmann, UKS, Oslo, Norway

2005 Boundless, curator Henry Meyric Hughes, Stenersenmuseet / National Touring Exhibitions, Oslo, Norway

2004 Connect The Dots, Te LeRoy Neiman Gallery, Columbia University, NY, USA

2004 Young Artist Network, Sum of the Contemporary Art, Daegu Culture and Arts Center, Daegu, Korea

2004, SSamziespace Open Studio Residency Exhibition, SSamziespace, Seoul, Korea

2004, Old habits die hard : 50 videos selected by artist-run spaces and collectives, curated by Sparwasser HQ, touring: Sparwasser HQ Berlin, Hamburger Banhof Berlin, Norwich Gallery Norwich UK, Kunstnernes hus Oslo, Norway

2003, Peanut Circuit, with Arve Rød, Norwegian sculpture biennial 2003, curator Dorthe Abildgaard, Vigeland museum, Oslo, Norway

2003, How Latitudes Become Forms: Art In A Global Age (Internet streaming program), curator Steve Dietz, The Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, USA

2002, Contemplation Room, curated by Kristine Agergaard, Cecilie Gravesen, Lasse Johansson, Overgaden /public spaces, Copenhagen, Denmark

2002, The Show, Insa Art Space, curator Dusu Choi, Seoul, Korea

Selected books and catalogues
Grimsgaard, Wanda, Visuelt 09, Oslo: Grafill 2009
Vanzella, Eva, di Lallo, Emanuela, Lights On Norwegian Contemporary Art, Milan: Skira 2008
Ekeberg, Jonas Background, Horten: Preus Museum 2008
Möntman, Nina, Art and its Institutions, Current Conflicts, Critique and Collaborations Helsinki: Black Dog Publishing / Nifca 2006: 103-05
Re-Shuffle: Notions of an Itinerant Museum New York: Bard College 2006
Ståhl, Malin Happy Pappy #2 London: Malin Ståhl / Milch 2005
City of Making Cork: Cork Capital of Culture Limited 2005
Opacity, Saving the Ass of Institutional Critique, Oslo: UKS 2005
Meyric Hughes, Henry Bound_Less / Grense_løs Oslo: Du store verden! 2005: 54-59
Heier, Marianne, Calculated Risks Oslo: Heier 2005: 118-34
Kroksnes, Andrea; Alex Villar, Miho Shimizu and Øyvind Renberg, Dialogical Encounters #1 de-tour at uks Oslo: UKS/Office for Contemporary Art Norway 2005
Kunstfragt Tema 8 Copenhagen: YNKB 2004: 16-31
Young Artist Network, Sum of the Contemporary Art Daegu: Young Artist Netweork 2004
The 5th Open Studio Exhibition Seoul: SSamziespace 2004
Old Habits Die Hard Berlin: Sparwasser HQ 2004
Norsk skulpturbiennale 2003 Oslo: Vigeland-museet/Haugar Vestfold Kunstmuseum/NBF 2003
Spore Tokyo: Spore 2003
Johansson, Lasse, Gravesen, Cecilie and Agergaard, Kristine Contemplation Room Copenhagen: Overgaden 2002
Deliss, Clémentine The Bastard Metronome No 7 Deliss: London 2001
Lee, Sze-Chin From Cafés to Museum Shops Mr. Lee’s New Holland Tourbooks London: Lee 2001
inIVA Agenda #7 London: inIVA 2002

Selected press
Ramberg, Truls “Grensesprengende dekketøy” Aftenposten KULTUR [Oslo] 3 Dec. 2008: 11
Gjelsvik, Siri “Bossa nova-elektronika på tallerkenen” Stavanger Aftenblad 29 Nov. 2008
“Sekstitalls-servise” Dagbladet SØNDAG [Oslo] 30 Nov 2008: 6
“Danger Museum Tatebanko” (visual essay) .NO MAGAZINE [Oslo] May/Jun. 2008: 49-55
Limkjær, Elisabeth “Manipulert fotohistorie” Gjengangeren [Horten] 28 Jan. 2008
Limkjær, Elisabeth “Med en touch av mangfold”, Gjengangeren [Horten] 2008
Marthinsen, Rolf W. “Bakgrunn -et resultat av kulturelt mangfold”, Gjengangeren [Horten] 25 Jan. 2008
Støtvig, Hege “Kulturell identitet i vid vinkel” Tønsberg blad 25 Jan 2008
Brandzæg, Kari J. “Problematisk mangfold” Billedkunst [Oslo] Feb. 2008
“The Danger Museum Cambridge” Guardian Guide [London] 13 Jan. 2007: 37
“Themed Shows [Looking Back]” Frieze [London] Jan-Feb. 2006:
Flor, Harald “Fantasiflukt og fanget kropp” Dagbladet [Oslo] 20 Feb. 2008: 38-39
Martinez, Chus “Looking Back Themed Shows” Frieze [London] Jan-Feb. 2006: 117
Robertson, John “Granite City makes front cover” Press and Journal [Aberdeen, UK] 22 Oct. 2005
Kernan , Lynn “It was 42 years ago today…” Evening Express [Aberdeen, UK] 4 Aug. 2005
Mudie, Raya “Danger Museum in Cork European Capital of Culture 2005” Etno Moi [Turku], June 2005
Lavy, Peter “Blowing in on a bit fat cigar at Mardyke” Irish Examiner 14 June 2005
Leland, Mary “Midsummer Night’s Drama” Irish Times 30 May 2005
Gullåsen, Hildegunn “Nye strategier” Kunstkritikk Online 5 June 2005
Flor, Harald “Grensesprengende tendens” Dagbladet [Oslo] 20 Feb. 2005
Erle, Mostue Bugge “Grenseløse kunstnere” Aftenposten [Oslo] 18 Mar. 2005
Henninger, Petra “Zu Gast Bei Sparwasser HQ” Artnet.de 19 Oct. 2004
“Radio Hue: The Seoul Scene” Wolgan Misool [Seoul] Seoul May 2004: 166
O’brien, Bridget “Making Art Fiction” The Korea Times 3 Apr 2004
Seok Yi, Eun “Danger Museum” F1 The Style [Seoul] March 2004: 292
“Old Habits Die Hard” BBC, 24 Jan. 2004
Kokkin, Jan “Skulptur er ikke lenger skulptur” Morgenbladet [Oslo] Norway, 7 – 13 Nov. 2003
Nergaard, Ketil “Til stedet” Morgenbladet [Oslo] 1. – 7 Aug. 2003
Gianasi, Antonio “The Danger Museum at inIVA” Arty [London] Nov. 2002: 61-62
Ito, Toyko “The Danger Museum” Fogless 2003
Park, So-young “Box Museum 2000” Art World [Seoul] April 2000

Residencies and on-location productions
2014 Art Center Ongoing (Renberg)
2012 Kurt Kurt Residency, Berlin, Germany (Shimizu)
2011 Kurt Kurt Residency, Berlin, Germany (Renberg)
2011 Bergen Art School, Bergen, Norway
2010 Outside, Hordaland kunstnersenter, Bergen, Norway
2007 Wysing Arts centre, Cambridge, UK
2005 Peacock Visual Arts, Locale, Aberdeen, Scotland
2004/05 Cork Midsummer Festival, Jack Lynch House, Cork, Ireland
2004 Sparwasser HQ, Berlin, Germany
2004 SSamziespace Studio Program, Seoul, Korea
2002 InIVA, during the Danger Museum Soft exhibition

Collections
2014 Artists Pention Trust, APT Global One
2013 Davis Museum, Barcelona, Spain
2005 Aberdeen Art Gallery & Museums, Aberdeen, Scotland
2004 SSamzie Collection, Seoul, Korea

Shops representing Rio porcelain, multiples and editions
Norway: Backe, Big Dipper, DOGA, Tiger, Ringstrøms, Torpedo, UKS
Finland: Common, Helsinki
S. Korea: Virgin Bar, Seoul
Japan: Fukuya, Tokyo