Previous symposia

1985 

Art is a way to help others. Let’s help one another.
And let’s believe in Norway’s labradorite culture.
Karl Prantl

Symposium Site: Hasle Bruddet

Karl Prantl – Austria
Makoto Fujiwara – Japan
Louis Niebuhr – Germany
Ioanna Filippidu – Greece
Jacques Benard – Canada
Nicola Schröder – Germany
Harald Wårvik – Norway
Marit Lyckander – Norway
Asbjørn Andresen – Norway
Hilde Rodal – Norway
Dag Birkeland – Norway
Knut Wold – Norway

1987 

Peter Paszkiewicz, Ioanna Filippidu, Knut Wold, Zoé de L’Isle Whittier, Emanuel Debarre

Finn Henrik Bodvin – Norway
Emanuel Debarre – France
Ioanna Filippidu – Greece
Peter Paszkiewicz – Austria
Indulis Ranka – Latvia
Zoé de L’Isle Whittier – France
Knut Wold – Norway

1990 

Andrej Rudavsky – Slovakia
Doris Schälling – Germany
Tove Mugaas Traavik – Norway
Knut Wold – Norway
Noburu Yoshida – Japan

1992 

The Symposium 1992 was above all so special, because for the first time, there was a blind sculptor among the invited guests.
Flavio Titolo

Zhang Dan – China
Janez Lenassi – Slovenia
Thomas Link – Germany
Darrel Petit – Canada
Yoko Sako – Japan
Flavio Titolo – Italy

1994 

Harald Bodøgaard – Norway
Liv Due – Norway
Makoto Fujiwara – Japan
Karl Prantl – Austria
Knut Wold – Norway

1996 

The winter 96 Symposium was the preparation week for the summer event. A special abandoned part of the Storås quarry was chosen to be the site were renowned architects, landscape architects, geologists and sculptors, together with the stone industry should create the future Symposium site, and also a site for modern dance, music and theatre. The fate of the large number of blocks taken out of the Larvik Mountains is decided through the hands of architects and planners. The plan for this Symposium was unfortunately later to be dropped.
Knut Wold

Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk – Norway
Claes Hake – Sweden
Einar Dahle – Norway
Ulrik Hellum – Norway
Silvia Makita – Italy
Uta Prantl – Austria
Karl Prantl – Austria
Martin Kuhn – Germany
Makoto Fujiwara – Japan
Jan Olav Jensen – Norway
Robert Greenwood – England
Margrethe Friis – Norway
Knut Wold – Norway

1998 

Martine Linge – Norway
Emanuella Camacci – Italy
Enrica Rebeck – Italy
Sissel Berntsen – Norway
Darell Petit – Canada
Knut Wold – Norway

2000 

Sebastian Prantl – Austria
Cecilia Li – Taiwan, Rep. of China
Michikatzu Matsune – Japan
Betina Kugler – Austria
Keizo Ushio – Japan
Alissa Neglia – U.S.A.
Andreas Kienlin – Germany
Doug Hunter – Canada
Harald Oredam – Norway
Claudia Ammann – Germany
Jacqueline Hassink – The Netherlands

2002 

Lilia Pobornikova – Bulgaria
Kristel Sinson – France
Ana-Maria Serban – Romania
Peter Lundberg – U.S.A.
Lydia Musco – U.S.A.
Linda Bakke – Norway
Knut Wold – Norway

2004 

Olaf Didzum – Germany
Makoto Fujiwara – Japan
Marit Lyckander – Norway
Paul Petry – Germany
Hagbart Solløs – Norway
Knut Wold – Norway

2011 

Celebration of Karl Prantl

Roger Bischoff – U.S.A.
Christl Falbesoner – Austria
Makoto Fujiwara – Japan
Paul Hoffmann – Germany
Shinroku Shimokawa – Japan
Hagbart Solløs – Norway
David Svoboda –
Czech Republic
Susanne Tunn – Germany
Reijiro Wada – Japan
Knut Wold – Norway

2013 

Hyllest til Stein

Marcia De Bernardo – Brazil
Makoto Fujiwara – Japan
Paul Hoffmann – Germany
Shin Katamura – Japan
Alessandro Pavone – Italy

Alessandro Stenico – Italy
Masaru Tsuchiya – Japan
Noboru Yoshida – Japan