The jury of the International Call for Intervention Strategies is composed by the following members:
Ann-Sofi Rönnskog is an architect and urbanist from Finland. Together with John Palmesino she established Territorial Agency, an independent organization that combines architecture, analysis, advocacy and action for integrated spatial transformation of contemporary territories. Recent projects include the Anthropocene Observatory – an international documentary project tracing the emerging thesis of the new man-made age; Museum of Oil; Taiwan Project; the Museum of Infrastructural Unconscious; North. Ann-Sofi is a Unit Master and researcher at the Architectural Association in London, and a PhD research fellow at AHO in Oslo. She was previously a researcher at ETH Studio Basel in Switzerland.
Yashar Hanstad (born 1982) is the co-founder of TYIN tegnestue Architects. The office is mostly known for their work in underdeveloped areas of Asia. TYIN has won several awards for their projects over the latter years, among these the European Prize for Architecture and the Global Award for Sustainable Architecture. They have also been nominated for the Mies van der Rohe and Aga Khan Awards. Hanstad is currently also teaching at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, NTNU.
Thomas Keenan teaches media theory, literature, and human rights at Bard College, where he directs the Human Rights Project and helped create the first undergraduate degree program in human rights in the United States. He is the author of Fables of Responsibility (1997) and, with Eyal Weizman, Mengele’s Skull (2012). He is co-editor, with Wendy Chun, of New Media, Old Media (2006), and with Tirdad Zolghadr, of The Human Snapshot (2013). Flood of Rights, co-edited with Suhail Malik and Tirdad Zolghadr, is forthcoming in 2016. He curated "Antiphotojournalism" with Carles Guerra (2010–11), and “Aid and Abet” (2011), and was part of the research group behind "Forensis" (2014). He has served on the boards of a number of human rights organizations and journals, including WITNESS, Scholars at Risk, the Crimes of War Project, the Journal of Human Rights, and Humanity.
Representing OAT, Nina Berre. Architect and architecture historian, and Director of Architecture at the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design since 2010. From 2007 to 2010, she was Director of Norsk Form, the Foundation for Design and Architecture in Norway. Berre has taught at the University of Science and Technology, Trondheim and The Oslo School of Architecture and Design. In 2002 she completed a PhD in Norwegian Architectural History. She works regularly as an architectural curator and publisher.
Representing the Curatorial Team, a member of the After Belonging Agency (New York/Rotterdam). The After Belonging Agency is a group of architects, curators,
and scholars based in New York and Rotterdam composed of Lluís Alexandre
Casanovas Blanco, Ignacio G. Galán, Carlos Mínguez Carrasco, Alejandra
Navarrete Llopis, and Marina Otero Verzier. They joined together specifically
for the 2016 Oslo Architecture Triennale around common interests and a shared
concern in identifying the architectures at stake in contemporary forms of
being together, with their associated spatial configurations, aesthetic
agendas, furnishings, territories, and technologies.