23 Aug 2018 - 2019
Oslo, Norway
Turn and Face the Strange

A comprehensive and playful presentation of the Henie Onstad collection marks the 50-year jubilee.
The exhibition showcases works of Picasso, Miró, Ernst, Dubuffet and Matisse, as well as avant-guard works from the Cobra, Fluxus and Schwitters collections.

Team: The exhibition is curated by Caroline Ugelstad and designed by Andrea Pinochet in consutation with Espen Vatn. 

20 Apr – 2 Sep 2018
Oslo, Norway
Boyle Family

Boyle Family —Nothing Is More Radical Than The Facts
Exhibition design for Henie Onstad Kunstsenter showcasing works by Mark Boyle, Joan Hills, Sebastian Boyle, Georgia Boyle & Soft Machine, with a room room dedicated to the Boyle’s unique psychedelic light show for the legendary Soft Machine concert at the art center in 1971.

Høvikodden became a key place of work for the Boyle Family, and in the mid 1980´s, "The Boyle Family Archive" was established at Henie Onstad.

Team: The exhibition is curated by Lars Mørch Finborud in consutation with +groma. 

24 Nov 2017 – 11 Mar 2018
Oslo, Norway
Marina Abramović — The Cleaner

Exhibition at Henie Onstad Kunstsenter presents Marina Abramović's retrospective The Cleaner, the most extensive presentation of Abramović's works in Norway to date.

In line with Henie Onstad Kunstsenter's history, the exhibition at Høvikodden presents several of Abramović's performances. The exhibition will consists of more than 120 works produced over five decades and is a unique opportunity to connect with Abramović's full-length artwork.

Team: The exhibition is curated by Tone Hansen and Lars Mørch Finborud in consutation with +groma, and organized by Moderna Museet, Stockholm, in collaboration with the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, and Bundeskunsthalle, Bonn. 

Oslo, Norway
Storyline Studios

Interested in the theatrics and the mechanics spaces for production elicit, this project seeked to reverse the role the camera man.

Founded in 1935, Storyline Studio’s Camera Department was relocated to a former storage facility in the center. The project aims to clarify the large open situation by dividing the main room in two: Half with check-in area, calibration fields and social zone with 24hr access; and half storing equipment, with offices, optic lab, workshop, a reference cinema and DIT zone.

This division, materialized through a technical wall or screen, built in steel and filled with translucent panels that offer various degrees of transparency. The structure is made with unpainted bolted I-beam profiles that were assembled quickly on site, enabling the project to come together from first sketch to completion in 5 months.

We used bright colors behind the pvc panels and in the ceiling of different work areas to mark different zones and play with the theatrics of the space —much like one would in a stage.

Team: Design and execution Andrea Pinochet and Espen Vatn. Florian Kosche consulting Engineer. Photographs by Einer Aslaksen.

Oslo, Norway
Krypton Film

Reorganization and design of Krypton’s camera department and shooting spaces.

Team: Espen Vatn, Lina Broström and Andrea Pinochet. Steelwork: Autogen AS

Andrea Pinochet