kjell varvin kjell varvin
may 12, 2010

kjell varvin

unstable variable by kjell varvin based in hoevik, norway, kjell varvin is an artist that produces minimalist sculptural work exploring form and composition. each installation consists of various common materials like wood and metal arranged in a seemingly endless array of compositions that varvin calls ‘unstable variables’. these found objects come together in varvin’s studio, being built and rebuilt over and over. varvin photograph’s the experiments and sometimes mounts them for exhibitions. as varvin explains, ‘the result of my work should be understood as proposals, not final statements’. varvin is currently undertaking a two-month residency at the emily harvey foundation in venice, italy.

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  • quite quite quite delicate and wonderful.

    glen says:
  • beautiful compositions and photographs; the color emphasis complete the work nicely.

    griet says:
  • Merde.

    Pepe says:

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