Alexander Mourant (UK), Bart Lunenburg (NL), Jan McCullough (IE)

At the Farthest Edge: Rebuilding Photography

03.06 - 30.07

The exhibition At the Farthest Edge: Rebuilding Photography draws on Bodø's history as a city of continuous architectural change and renewal since the bombing of World War II. The exhibition brings together photography, sculpture and installation to explore themes of architecture, construction and reinvention. The photograph will be considered as a document of performance art, and a visual insight into sculptural play and reconfiguration.

Alexander Mourant will show his latest work The Night and the First Sculpture (2021), a series of reconfigured installations of farmyard materials that are rephotographed, together with new sculptures made with materials from Bodø; Bart Lunenburg will exhibit existing and new works from The Healer (2021-ongoing), made with Norwegian timber and through Scandinavian and Viking techniques of woodwork and weaving on an inkle loom; Jan McCullough will exhibit Constructions (2019), photographs of sculptures made with large rolls of paper, and a collection of collage sketchbooks (2014-2022).

Curator: Alexander Mourant


Alexander Mourant is an artist, educator and writer based in London, United Kingdom. Solo exhibitions include Aomori at The Old Truman Brewery, London (2018) and Unseen Amsterdam, Amsterdam (2018), as well as group exhibitions at Lismore Castle Arts, Ireland (2023); Edel Assanti, London (2020); Saatchi Gallery, London (2020); Seen Fifteen Gallery, London (2022); Peckham 24, London (2019) and Photo50, London Art Fair (2022). He has won the Free Range Award (2017) and was nominated for the Foam Paul Huf Award (2019). 

Bart Lunenburg is a visual artist based in Utrecht, The Netherlands. Solo exhibitions include Buitenplaats Doornburgh, Maarssen (2022); Ravnikar Gallery Space, Ljubljana (2022); Museum Catharijneconvent, Utrecht (2022); and FOTODOK / Casco Art Institute, Utrecht (2020); as well as group exhibitions at Kunsthal KAdE (2022) Amersfoort; Art Rotterdam (2022); Galerie Caroline O’Breen, Amsterdam (2022); Museum Flehite, Amersfoort (2020) and Garage, Rotterdam (2018). He has been awarded Mondriaan Fonds (2019, 2020, 2022), and was nominated for the Foam Paul Huf Award (2021).

Jan McCullough is a visual artist based in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Solo and group exhibitions include The Complex, Dublin (2023); PS², Belfast (2022), CCA Centre For Contemporary Art, Derry-Londonderry (2021); Freelands Gallery, London (2021); CICA, South Korea (2019) and Filter Space, Chicago (2018). She was Artist in Residence at IMMA Irish Museum of Modern Art Dublin (2021) and at Lightwork New York (2021). Her work has been awarded the Eileen Gray: Making and Momentum Artist Prize (2022) and has been nominated for Pla(t)form at Fotomuseum Winterthur Switzerland (2018) and the Deutsche Borse Photography Prize (2016).

Exhibition opening: 
Saturday June 3rd 1pm

Curator and artist tour: 
Saturday June 3rd 2pm

Opening hours: 
Thur - Sun 
12 - 4pm


NOUA  Exhibition Space, 2. floor
​Storgata 56, Bodø