Stencil and spray. These are the two methods used by the Norwegian artist for his work here at Outdoor – one method precise and technical, the other impulsive and chaotic. The room, on a smaller scale than others, allows the spectator a quick panoramic view, triggering the dynamic rhythm of the work. The two figures are engaged in an endless chase – one intent on painting, the other covering his tracks with white paint. It’s a mystery who started the chase and who will finish it. These two opposing gestures exemplify the ephemeral nature of urban art and the dynamics that occur while working in an urban context. The artist reserves judgment in this fight between opposing forces, limiting his involvement to the expression of this necessary game between opposing forces.