Utilising art and production to create debates about what art is and can be used for in today’s society, Thomas Kvam’s work has gained great international recognition throughout the years. Working in film, Kvam does not shy away from contentious topics, and instead uses his artistic language to directly address political issues. Kvam’s first animated film “Eurobeing” from 2006 was purchased by the renowned Centre Pompidou in Paris, France.
Born in 1972 in Drammen, Norway, Thomas Kvam attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Oslo and Goldsmiths College in London. Kvam’s work has been the focus of both solo and group exhibitions throughout Norway and Germany.