"I enjoy clothes, I enjoy watching other people wear clothes. "
City of residence, OSLO, NORWAY
Q & A:
COL: How old are you and where are you from?
NT: 28, Oslo.
COL: What do you do?
NT: Living the American dream. IN NORWAY
COL: How long have you been doing it?
NT: All My Lyfe
COL: What inspired you to pursue a career in art?
NT: My trash mom&dad (in a good way), my trash life, most of all my desire to do nothing & my absolute lack of talent in anything else including waking up, going to bed, basic human behaviour at all sorts etc.
COL: Do you remember your first work of art?
NT: <3 My moms caesarean<3 or maybe a stupid elephant recembling bullshit drawing I made in kindergarden which my parents had in their house for as long as my two minute memory can remember
COL: If you could have any piece of art in history, what would you choose?
NT: In my apartment? Ole Jørgen Ness' "Opus Osiris". A 20-something minute long video installation with seven TVs debating each other which would play on repeat. I wish Samtidskunstmuseet/Nasjonalmuseet (which owns the work (I think)) would put it up again.
COL: What is your relationship with fashion?
NT: I enjoy clothes, I enjoy watching other people wear clothes. I wish I didn´t spend all my money getting fucked so I could afford some new jeans.
COL: What does the word “collective” mean to you as an artist?
NT: Nothing. Can't stand working with people.
COL: What is the best and worst thing about being an artist?
NT: The best thing is the obvious part considering freedom. Can't think of anything bad about it.
COL: Who do you admire?
NT: Everyone who gets things done, in all manners.
COL: What can we expect to see at this year’s festival?
NT: I honestly don't know, or what to expect my self
COL: Who are you excited to see?
NT: Everything Julian Karlsen every day of my life
COL: How important is the ability to expose your art to you and your creative field?
NT: I don't understand the question