DOT DOT DOT

Oslo / Norway

DOT DOT DOT is a visual artist from Norway. With foundations in graffiti since the 90’s, the mediums utilised by the artist range from installations to etchings to drawings. From the mid 2000s, his focus was on stencil work and in the last few years he has stepped back to his oil paintings and has become regarded as one of Norway's leading and most well known artists. DOT DOT DOT is part of the class of 2018 in the URBAN NATION Artist in Residence Programme. […]

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DOT DOT DOT is a visual artist from Norway. With foundations in graffiti since the 90’s, the mediums utilised by the artist range from installations to etchings to drawings. From the mid 2000s, his focus was on stencil work and in the last few years he has stepped back to his oil paintings and has become regarded as one of Norway’s leading and most well known artists. DOT DOT DOT is part of the class of 2018 in the URBAN NATION Artist in Residence Programme.

Entirely self-taught and renown for using his techniques with powerful juxtapositions, that invoke strong ideas and thoughts to the viewer. A minimalist approach to art, that attempts to read the object of content and to being left with just the objects of presence. He does this by creating figurative and hyper-realistic images, which gain the attention of the viewer, a feat of which he is globally renown for.

His paintings are an example of and contain pop art references, dating back to the 1970s through the eyes of modern aestheticism. The implementation of imagery often produces deliberation and has a controversial touch to question his art, the politics and the world. With playful and cultural subject visions in his paintings, he reaches out for the nostalgia and retrospective for the general atmosphere.

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