For our exhibition at MOT International curator Wiebke Gronemeyer asked us to investigate the idea of collaboration itself. In response to this invitation we developed a conceptual framework in which our methods and mechanisms of collaboration are tested in relation to our individual practices.

Coming to terms with this involved the seemingly paradoxical plan to defer the decision-making process in favour of an exhibition based on a fortune teller’s vision and medical technology. CT-Scans of Stian Ådlandsvik’s right arm and my left arm were taken to print duplicates of the respective bones in our arms in Polyamide. These bone-duplicates travelled to MOT International in purpose-built briefcases where they got examined and interpreted by a London-based fortune teller who articulated his vision for our exhibition there.

The series of works that we are presenting at MOT International deals with the predictions given by the clairvoyant, as well as it manifests our very own means of collaboration and its evolving nature in communication