Approaching Oslo Opera House by the sea always involved a fascinating view changing dramatically from time to time with season, weather, daylight and dark of night. Something that always remained the same was the building’s impression of having crawled up from the ocean and suddenly frozen in its full bloom of white stone, timber, metal and glass, bringing together the city with the fjord by it’s position in-between. Having such a breathtaking illusion to start off the day, it was fortunate that the thin air felt so pleasantly easy to breathe.
There were visible traces of the frosty night on the shoreline that morning, so knowing that the white marble carpet outside didn’t change its color when wet made a mild concern come to mind.
monDieu presents the music video ”Klerin Priest” by TV Baby, directed by Timothy Saccenti and Zachary Krevitt. The New York band is composed by Matthew McAuley and Brian McPeck, and one of the band members, Matthew McAuley (Matt), recently came to Oslo with his partner Aaron Ward representing their magazine Let’s Panic, created by creatives and printed in Verona on beautiful paper. They met with Maren Serine when they did an interview together for Uncontaminated Oslo that will be published shortly in mon Diary. The evening after the interview, Matt performed on the Let’s Panic Magazine launch in Astrup Fearnley Museet, and set the crowd of International artists and people from the cultural scene in Oslo completely on fire with his recklessness and highly contagious good energy.