Joakim Holm Toreg (1983) is working and living at Nesodden, he attended Nordland Kunst and Filmskole and Trondheim Academy of Fine Arts. Joakim is interested in the body in motion and how gravity affects all aspects of life. This is what drives his performance work. The performative perspective is also present in Joakim’s sculptures and films.
*Joakim Holm Toreg was invited by our fourth guest, the artist Elin Glærum Haugland. Holm Toreg is the last guest artist in the series Artists vs. Non-artists talks in 2020.
The Common LivingRoom is a community-generated programme, to create community networks by triggering creative solidarity engagement within and ‘outside’ the household. To respond to our current times, collaborators based in Norway will be invited to produce performative actions, e-publications, and micro study meetings over the upcoming months. For that to happen, we have crafted an invitation-in-sequence process; each direct collaborator will be selecting an individual(s) to lead the next event session(s). Aiming to facilitate face-to-face encounters between professionals in various artistic areas and individuals in society.