Gerhardsen Gerner announces the Norwegian artist Per Inge Bjørlo’s first exhibition with the gallery. This is the first solo exhibition of the artist’s work in Germany since his show Inner Space II. Norealis at Galerie DAAD in 1986. In the mid 1980s a series of genre-transcending presentations established Per Inge Bjørlo in the international arena, eventually including his participation in biennials in Sao Paulo and Venice. Bjørlo’s output spans graphic art, sculpture, drawing, and painting in favour of a ‘total artwork’. His series of works entitled Inner Spaces involves and envelops the public, in the sense that one could actually enter into the artwork. In many ways Per Inge Bjørlo introduced installation art to Norway’s institutions. Central to the exhibition at Gerhardsen Gerner is an ongoing project, entitled The Weight of the Lung and Crow Sound, on which the artist started

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