Land Art Dikemark 2024.

Open Call deadline extended untill April 18th, 2024.

Artists are invited to make SITE-specific Land Art projects in the scenic surroundings of the former psychiatric hospital in Dikemark, Norway.

Submissions should focus on the dialogue between human beings and nature to create a Land Art project. We will select 8 -10 projects from different artistic disciplines that will be developed and produced in the natural environment during the the residency, sharing experiences, ideas and a common goal.

All projects must take into consideration people’s interest in contemporary arts, aiming to give greater value to the area of Dikemark, promoting a deep and permanent conscience about the historical, cultural and traditional aspects of the area through a dialogue between art and nature.

Time of the residence and opening is August 26. – August 31.  2024


The application should contain a project description (Maximum 2 pages), examples of earlier work and a CV. Please send your application as one collated pdf with integrated links to external pages (video, sound and images) You can apply as an individual or a smaller collective.

The application should be sent to:

We wish that the selected artist stay in Dikemark in the time of making.

The nature of the residency is still to be formed based on the artists selected to take part.

At the moment we are planning for 8 projects where the amount applied for cover the fee for the artist and material. The site has material that can be reused, but we are open for bringing materials on to the site.

We will offer 1 project at @ 30.000, – NOK and up to 7 projects @ 10.000, – NOK. Travel up to 4000,- NOK,  and accommodation is provided in the time of making the project.

The jury and curators for LandArt Dikemark 2024

Galleri Dikemark – Anne Siv Falkenberg Pedersen

Trafo Kunsthall – Oda Broch

Asker Municipality-Vibeke Hermanrud.

New international Encounter (NIE) – Kjell Moberg.

Open Call deadline extended untill April 18th, 2024.

Land Art Dikemark 2024

is an international, interdisciplinary, and site-specific platform for land art established with support from the municipality of Asker and Akershus County.

You can find information about the 2023 edition here.

Photo: Jannik Abel



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