Sept. 8–11, 2016
To celebrate this occasion we will host four days full of events, including the opening of two exhibitions, an international conference, a book launch, workshops, discussions, and performances.
EXHIBITION OPENING, After Belonging: On Residence
Sept. 8, 2016 at the Norwegian Center for Design and Architecture (DOGA)
The exhibition investigates the objects, spaces, and territories defining new forms of belonging. It is organized around five areas: Technologies of a Life in Transit, Furnishing After Belonging, Markets and Territories of the Global Home, Borders Elsewhere, and Sheltering Temporariness.
EXHIBITION OPENING, After Belonging: In Residence
Sept. 8, 2016 at the National Museum – Architecture
The exhibition presents reports and architectural strategies that intervene in a selection of sites in Oslo, the Nordic region and around the globe. Intervention strategies range from spatial configurations, typological variations, and material prototypes to digital platforms and legal propositions, among many others.
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE, After Belonging
Sept. 9, 2016, 9:00–16:00 at Den Norske Opera & Ballett (Oslo Opera House)
More information about the conference will be available in the next weeks.
LAUNCH: Extended Program
Sept. 10–11, 2016
Including a series of Associated and Affiliated Projects happening in different public spaces and venues in Oslo.
BOOK LAUNCH: ‘After Belonging’ published by Lars Müller Publishers.