You Are Not Here

VR Show created in close collaboration with 3D artist Magnus Grønningen. Exhibited at Sorgenfri Oslo during October 2022.

“I like the idea of Escapism in today’s world full of injustice and negative energy. Escapism is not the same as avoidance. I’m thinking of something hopeful and playful, like Alice in Wonderland. She didn’t leave the real world, but she created her own, parallel to the one she already knew"

As an artist, I have an innate curiosity that drives me to explore new mediums for showcasing my work. The concept of being transported to a virtual reality (VR) environment truly fascinates me, because it evokes a sense of a surreal world that is almost otherworldly. I can't shake the idea that I'm living in a parallel universe that's completely different from the one we all know so well.

The VR experience was based upon the actual architecture of the space at SORGENFRI. 

When you touch the wall in VR you also touch the actual wall in the room.

It was a captivating experience to witness the audience indulging in the virtual reality encounter.

The art pieces showcased within the VR platform can also be experienced as Fine Art prints.


The VR space features a cutting-edge technology on its floor, housing hotspots that trigger 3D animations upon physical contact. Additionally, the artwork exhibited in the space can be interacted with through touch manipulation, allowing for a heightened sensory experience.

Heat Climbs The Body 

The debut art book titled "Heat Climbs the Body" by Tine Isachsen showcases a carefully curated selection of her works from 2015 to 2021. This is a special edition book, with a print run of only 100 copies.

Heat Climbs the Body explores the duality between darkness andinexplicable beauty and was relesad at Sorgenfri Oslo, October 2021

An exclusive 'dark' soundtrack accompanies the release, composed by Italian sound artist Omar Contri which can be downloaded by a QR code in the book" 

Press release SHOWStudio

Heat Climbs The Body
Size: 220 x 280 mm
Pages: 134
Paper: Magno Natural 140 gram
Edition: 100 (Signed and numbered)
Fabric Hardcover, sewn-binding and foil stamped

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