Drawing

Ambidexter.Work in progress. My left hand most of the time draw machines and birds, while my right hand have trouble drawing machines, but draw anything else. Is it normal that the two hands are so different? Could it be linked to the different logics of the two sides of the brain?

My work at the group exhibition Switcheroo, at Kanalveien 90, Bergen 2019
Detail from the installation at Switcheroo

Detail from the work above

«Aping a ritual to heal sick horses». Oppland Kunstsenter 27th oct-16dec 2018. See more images from the installation here: http://www.brynhildwinther.no/installasjon/
«Aping a ritual to heal sick horses». Oppland Kunstsenter 27th oct-16dec 2018. See more images from the installation here: http://www.brynhildwinther.no/installasjon/


More from the exhibition here: http://www.brynhildwinther.no/your-logic-hurts-against-my-skin/



Details from the exhibition at Joy Forum: Mistaking pressure for pleasure
Details from the exhibition at Joy Forum: Mistaking pleasure for pressure
Details from the exhibition at Joy Forum: Mistaking pressure for pleasure

Catalogue from The annual Norwegian National Exhibition, Høstutstillingen 2016. Read the whole catalogue here: https://www.hostutstillingen.no/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/HK2016.pdf
Tegnerforbundet, Florilegia, kuratert av Johannes Høie http://www.tegnerforbundet.no

Tegnerforbundet, Florilegia, kuratert av Johannes Høie  http://www.tegnerforbundet.no

Detail from the work above
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Detail from the work above
Florilegia, Tegnerforbundet kuratert av Johannes Høie   http://www.tegnerforbundet.no

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Shown at Høstutstillingen, The annual Norwegian National Exhibition 2016  http://www.hostutstillingen.no
Detail, drawing shown at Høstutstillingen, The annual Norwegian National Exhibition 2016 http://www.hostutstillingen.no
Shown at Høstutstillingen, The annual Norwegian National Exhibition 2016  http://www.hostutstillingen.no  

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Shown at GoMA, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow

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The first written word was a drawing of an animal