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Pipilotti Rist: (y)our lungs sound in an infinite forest
Pipilotti Rist: (y)our lungs sound in an infinite forest - Kistefos Museum, Norway - Highlights - Luhring Augustine

(y)our lungs sound in an infinite forest, an immersive multi-channel video installation by Pipilotti Rist, is on view at the Nybruket Gallery in the Kistefos Museum in Norway through October 13, 2024.

Pipilotti Rist, a pioneer of spatial video art, was born 1962 in Grabs in the Swiss Rhine Valley on the Austrian Border and has been a central figure within the international art scene since the mid-1980s. Through large video projections and digital manipulation, she has developed immersive installations that draw life from slow caressing showers of vivid colour tones. For Rist, showing vulnerability is a sign of strength on which she draws for inspiration. With her curious and lavish recordings of nature (to which humans belong as an animal), and her investigative editing, Rist seeks to justify the privileged position we are born with, simply by being human. Her installations and exhibition concepts are expansive, finding within the mind, senses and body the possibility for endless discovery and poetical invention. 

To learn more about the installation, please visit the Kistefos Museum website.

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