04/19/2024, 04:03, Vienna  DEUTSCH / ENGLISH

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A little background:

I was born in Oslo, Norway in 1966. Both my parents were very much into the hippie movement. My father was a famous musician, Bjørn Morisse, and he started the iconic band The Young Norwegians. He was one of the leading figures in Norway responsible for bringing the sixties to the country, along with folk music, long hair and bell-bottoms pants. He was also bi-polar and somewhat narcissistic.

I grew up dressed like a mini hippy flower child, surrounded with art and listening to Leonard Cohen.  At the time, I was very different from most kids in Norway and I soon realized that there are many different ways of looking at the world.  This made me interested in understanding how people think, including myself.

I knew a little about Sigmund Freud. The common popular knowledge at the time was that he was famous and could look into your mind, and tell you that everything you did was because of your mom, or your penis, or both…

Since a child, I’ve always drawn and painted, it was my way of dealing with the world. A way of having some control, power or influence over what was happening.

I attended the Rudolf Steiner School in Oslo where we did our homework in caran’dache colors. I also spent some time at the controversial English School: Summerhill in Leiston. At 19, I flew to Los Angeles and started to study at the Art Center College of Design.  There I also took classes in meditation, buddhism and psychology....

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