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Ethan Hayes-Chute

Building

Make/Shifted Cabin

Dale i Sunnfjord April-May 2011


Ethan Hayes-Chute, Building

Make/Shifted Cabin

April-May 2011 www.ethanhc.com Nordisk kunstnarsenter Dalsåsen 6963 Dale i Sunnfjord, Norway 2011 +47 577 36 200 www.nkdale.no Photo/Layout: Jasmina Bošnjak

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Make/Shifted Cabin refers to the handmade in general, the editing process that naturally occurs with such an ad-hoc creation, as well as the somewhat rudimentary or ramshackle construction, as well as the idea of a cabin transplanted from it’s natural habitat to another, as well as the lifestyle adjustments required to produce such an object Ethan Hayes-Chute

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Gjenvinningsstasjonen / Dump Dale i Sunnfjord

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Sunnfjord Miljøverk Iks Einestølen, Førde

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Found and Collected

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Studio Nordisk kunstnarsenter Dals책sen

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Work in Progress

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Packing for Bergen

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Ethan Hayes-Chute was born and raised in Freeport, Maine, USA. He lives and works in Berlin and is currently a resident at The Nordic Artists’ Centre Dalsåsen. Hayes-Chute took a degree from Rhode Island School of Design, BFA in painting, 2004 and was named the Maine Arts Commission’s Visual Arts Fellow for 2011. He can often be found exploring dumps and scrapyards or walking the streets perusing second hand shops for potential objects with which to populate his constructions. Make/Shifted Cabin was built for exhibition at Entrée, Bergen.

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Ethan Hayes-Chute: Make/Shifted Cabin  
Ethan Hayes-Chute: Make/Shifted Cabin  

Ethan Hayes-Chute was born and raised in Freeport, Maine, USA. He lives and works in Berlin and is currently a resident at The Nordic Artist...

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