TROND HUGO HAUGEN
(b. 1975, Kristiansand, Norway, lives and works in Oslo) studied at the Trondheim Academy of Fine Art.
He works with drawings, artists' books and project-based works.

Contact: info (at) trondhugo.no

WORKS 2015-2012 / 2011-2007 / 2006-1998 / CV

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Vi har problem vi må slutte å snakke om, 224 pages, 2015
Publication about the artproject STAVANGER2018 / KA DÅ ITTEPÅ (2005-2011) with texts by Johan Harstad, Geir Sverre Braut, Ine Fintland, Hans E. Voktor, Arild Rein, Nils Henrik Asheim, David Karlsson, Gabriel Byström, Geir Haraldseth, Jörgen Svensson, Jan Inge Reilstad og Trond Hugo Haugen. Forword by Marte Danielsen Jølbo.
www.stavanger2018.no





Vi har problem vi må slutte å snakke om by Trond Hugo Haugen (NO), noCUBE 009, 2015
Book design: Ulf Carlsson
Released: kå kå katedralen - Stavanger, 22 May 2015
Edition: 500
Published by: www.nocube.no





Et riksportrett (etter Eidsvold 1814), 2014
Et riksportrett (etter Eidsvold 1814) published in books in 2015





Kunstjournalen B-post: Kamp & konsensus - kunst og offentlige rom, No. 1 / 2015
Kunstjournalen B-post is an annually published journal on contemporary art. Each issue discusses current themes through commissioned texts and art projects. This issue is titled Battle and consensus - art and public space and is dedicated to art in public space. Texts by and with Anne Szefer Karlsen, Hilde Skjeggestad, Erlend Hammer, Hilde Hauan Johnsen and Gudrun Molden, Dag Wiersholm, Merete Røstad, Sissel Lillebostad and Trond Hugo Haugen. and art projects by Leander Djønne, Ridder, Katrine Meisfjord and Gitte Sætre, and Bernie Page. Editors: Sissel Lillebostad and Trond Hugo Haugen.
www.kunstjournalen.no







Tiden alt tar, 2014
Mural, 740 square meters. Lightbox, 100 cm. Concrete elements, ten of of variable size.
Public commision for Spongdal elementary and lower secondary school, Trondheim, Norway.
Photo: Vegar Moen.
Catalog.





Tiden alt tar, 2014
Detail, wall: South.





Et riksportrett (etter Eidsvold 1814), 2014
From the exhibiton Et riksportrett (etter Eidsvold 1814) at Oslo S. Essay by Hege Skjeie and Knut Ljøgodt.
Photo: Alette Schei Rørvik / KORO.
Catalog.





Et riksportrett (etter Eidsvold 1814), 2014
Color photography, 300x213 cm.
Installation view from the exhibition 1814 REVISITED – The Past Is Still Present, Eidsvoll Verk / Akershus Kunstsenter.
To the left: Lene Berg. Group show with Kjersti G. Andvig, Lars Lauman, Ahmad Ghossein, Ane Mette Hol, Lars Ramberg, Merete Røstad, Artur Zmijewski, Charlotte Thiis-Evensen and more. Essays by Kjetil Røed, Arve Kleiva, Vanessa Place and Espen Stueland.
Photo: Istvan Viragr.
Catalog.





Et riksportrett (etter Eidsvold 1814), 2014
Color photography, 300x213 cm
Et riksportrett (etter Eidsvold 1814) / A Portrait of a Nation (after Eidsvold 1814) is a color photograph based on the iconic painting Eidsvold 1814 (1885) by Oscar Wergeland. The painting shows the 112 representatives in the Constituent Assembly who established and adopted the Norwegian Constitution 200 years ago. Coinciding with the bicentennial anniversary of the constitution, artist Trond Hugo Haugen has created a photograph with a statistically correct representation of contemporary Norway. The Norwegian population has been scaled down to 112 people to match the number of representatives present in 1814. The photograph represents Norway in 2014 to cover gender, age, ethnicity, occupation, belief, sexual orientation and so on. Essay by Leif Magne Tangen.
Photo: André Severin Johansen.
www.riksportrett.no.





Et riksportrett (etter Eidsvold 1814), 2014
From the shooting in Rikssalen, Eidsvoll House (Eidsvollsbygningen), FEB 2014.
Photo: Istvan Viragr / Akershus Kunstsenter
NRK (The Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation) Nasjonalgalleriet, 17 March 2014







Tegninger til et døgn, studier i kull, 2014
Series of drawings, 59x84 cm, charcoal on paper.





Tegninger til et døgn, studier i kull, 2014
Series of drawings, 59x84 cm, charcoal on paper.
Photo from Open Studio at W17, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, FEB 2014.




As Stupid As We Are (I hate colors, but I love you), 2014
Series of drawings, 59x84 cm, charcoal/acryl/markes on paper.





As Stupid As We Are (I hate colors, but I love you), 2014
Series of drawings, 59x84 cm, charcoal/acryl/markes on paper.
Photos from Open Studio at W17, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, FEB 2014.





Et riksportrett (Rikssalen), 2014
B/W photography, 167x120 cm.
Photo: André Severin Johansen.








Untitled (It's all about feelings, the first draft), 2013
Series of drawings, 21x30 cm x 5, pencil / collage on paper.





Selvranskende samtale, 2012
Series of collage, 21x29 cm x 16, pencil/photo on paper.
Photo: Erik Sæter Jørgensen.






D.E.F.F.Å.F.D.O.E.D.M.N.A I-VI, ink on canves, 2012
Series of drawings, difference sizes. No I. (130x150 cm) courtesy of Stavanger Art Museum.
Installation view from the exhibition Det er fritt frem å forkaste det og erstatte det med noe annet, Galleri Gann, OCT 2012.
Photo: Erik Sæter Jørgensen.





This is The World Wide Well Economic Annual Closing Conference on Development, 2012
Drawing, 100x100 cm, acryl on canves.
Photo: Erik Sæter Jørgensen.






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