Ian Damerell

Ian Damerell is an artist and an art professor who lives and works in Oslo, Norway. He graduated from the Royal College of Art (Masters) in 1973 and The West Surrey College of Art and Design, Bachelor Honours, in 1971. He has been a professor in Fine Art at Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Science since the start of the 1980s, a lecturer at Goldsmith’s College of Art and the Royal College of Art. He has written an art theory book ‘Unfolding the Cards’, published in 2013. Full CV and works can be found at http://www.iandamerell.berta.me.

Memory and Deceit: The Green Bridge Case

Photo: Gintarė Matulaitytė

‘There are eloquent silences, and guilty silences, and silences of genuine bewilderment, and silences of creativity. The trick is to know what kind of silence you are hearing…’ Le Carré, John (2009), A Most Wanted Man. Hodder. This article focuses

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