Sara Kollstrøm Heilevang, Nina Bang Larsen, Arne Rygg




On the occasion of Barnas Kulturhelg, Hordaland kunstsenter has invited three artists to utilize the car as an exhibition platform. The three artists have cars to their disposal, and will explore this unorthodox space through the use of video, sound and sculpture.

You can see the entire program for Barnas Kulturhelg here.


Sara Kollstrøm Heilevang comes from Førde and graduated with a Master in Fine Art from the Faculty of Fine Art, Music and Design, UiB in 2017. For Bil + kunst, her starting point is hostile materials to make the car unusable as a vehicle.

Nina Bang Larsen graduated with a Master in Fine Art from the Bergen Academy of Fine Art and Design in 2010, and has since then been active as exhibitior. In a process influenced by chaos and coincidences, she produces colorful sculptures, installations, and video works that attracts the viewer into an absurd fantasy world with many loose threads one can freely associate from. Bang Larsen is having a solo exhibition at KRAFT Bergen 9 November – 23 December 2018.

Arne Rygg graduated with a Diploma from Bergen Academy of Art and Design in 2003, and holds a major in philosophy from the University of Bergen. He works specifically in connection to space and occasion, and chooses technique and medium as needed. In the way different situations and themes are approached, humor and reflection is often central.



Hordaland Art Centre based in Bergen, Norway was established 1976 as the first artist run art centre in Norway. Its activities are based around the exhibition programme with equal emphasis on seminars, presentations and dialogue. Since 1987 Hordaland Art Centre has hosted a Nordic residency programme, from 2008 also open to international artists, curators, writers and other art professionals.