André Tehrani (b. 1980 in Tønsberg, Norway) currently lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden and Brussels, Belgium. He is OCAs Norwegian artist-in-residence at WIELS Contemporary Art Centre in Brussels, Belgium for the year of 2013. Recent group exhibitions include Game of Life (Kristiansand Kunsthall, Kristiansand, Norway, 2012), The Limits of Language Means
the Limits of My World (Platform Stockholm, Sweden, 2013), This House (Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France, 2013), MONIKA STRICKER (CAB Art Centre, Brussels, Belgium, 2013), Idiot Cards For a Bygone Revolt (solo, NoPlace, Oslo, Norway, 2013) and the publication André Tehrani: Popular Disorder (Lord Jim Publishing, 2013) . Upcoming exhibitions and projects include Flag NYC (a public project for Performa 13: New Visual Art Performance Biennial, New York), Lost Allusions (solo, Entrée, Bergen, Norway, 2013), The Lowest Form of Conversation (solo, Tegnerforbundet, Oslo, Norway, 2014), and Gravity of Matters (a group exhibition co-curated with Anthea Buys for the project room at WIELS Contemporary Art Centre, Brussels, Belgium, 2014). As a writer he has published texts in D2 (weekend supplement for Norwegian newspaper Dagens Næringsliv) and Vinduet (Norwegian literary periodical published by Gyldendal Forlag).