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CURRICULUM VITAE

(March 2007)

B O D V A R   S C H J E L D E R U P
Born 1932, at Eide, near Molde, Norway
Architectural diploma 1959, Norwegian Institute of Technology (presently, NTNU), Trondheim

P r a c t i c e  : 
Architecture (employed, and own projects, Helsinki, Stavanger, Trondheim; 12 years)
City planning (Stavanger; 10 years)
Teaching architecture (NTNU/Trondheim; 18 years)
International courses, including physical building: 'A Place of Silence', in collaboration with students and colleagues, 1989-1994.
publications and exhibitions (see below).

R e s e a r c h  :
University scholarship: a study of 'sacred architecture (2 years)
Symbology, metrology, pyramidology etc for the last 25 years) 
publications and exhibitions (see below).

P u b l i c a t i o n s  :
     (click on ¤ for close view;  (E) = English;  (N) = Norwegian)

B O O K S

Books & pamphlets for young people (songs, plays; GYLDENDAL e.a.1972-75)
¤ Evidence (E)    
¤ Den lysende broen
(N)    
¤ Speil over helgengrav (N)   
¤ Pilegrim/Pilgrim (N,E++)   
¤ Loggbok for en helgen
/ A Saint's Logbook (N,E) 
¤ The Sign of the Pact and Table Five (E,N)    
¤ The Periscope : Book I – The Way to the Middle (E)   
¤ Kodenes kammer (N)   
¤ Gjenkjennelsens speil (N)    
¤ Table Five (E)   
¤ Mirror of Recognitions
(E)
¤ A Riddle of Rings (E)

E X H I B I T I O N S

¤ Steinene synger / The Stones Sing / Es singen die Steine / Le chant des pierres (N,E++)
¤ Morgentegnet / Sign of Daybreak
¤ The House of Memory
¤ Unfolding the World 
¤ Daybreak Archive – parts I-II-III +++:

L e c t u r i n g ,  s e m i n a r s  :
In Norway :  Trondheim, Bergen, Oslo, Stavanger, Kristiansand, Moss, Ålesund; Ås; Halsnøy; Tønsberg, Bodø, Vardø; Hamar; Kapp; Steinkjer; Stjørdal; etc – partially in connection with festivals, conferences, exhibitions etc.).
Abroad :   The Netherlands (Eindhoven);   Germany (Düsseldorf; world congress);  Russia (Moscow, inter-national congress);   Estonia (Tallinn);   Lithuania (Vilnius);   Iceland (Reykjavik);   USA (Cincinnati; international congress);   Hungary (Budapest; cultural festival).;  Egypt (Alexandria / Bibliotheca Alexandrina); Sweden (Halmstad).