Elisabeth Søiland, Silje Klepsvik, Åsne Hagen for Asylum and Shelter Provision in Torshov, Oslo
Elisabeth Søiland, Silje Klepsvik, Åsne Hagen are a group of two architects and a sociologist who combine their common interest in urbanism, housing and asylum issues with experience from activism, research and site specific projects.
Ruimteveldwerk (Pieter Brosens, Brecht Van Duppen, Sander Van Duppen, Lene Beelen, Pieter Cloeckaert) for Asylum and Shelter Provision in Torshov, Oslo
Ruimteveldwerk (RVW) is an interdisciplinary collective founded in 2013 dealing with the urban environment and its users. The collective’s intention is to question ‘the place’ of vulnerable populations in the public sphere with the aim to rethink the role of the architect. Through interdisciplinary interventions RVW studies the interfaces between architecture, urbanism, sociology, history, art and activism.
Bollería Industrial/Factory-baked Goods (Paula Currás, Ana Olmedo and Enrique Ventosa) for Border Definition in Gardermoen
Bollería Industrial/Factory-baked Goods is a Madrid-based design studio established in 2012 by Ana Olmedo, Enrique Ventosa, Eugenio Fernández, and Paula Currás. They propose new critical alternatives to question the narratives that ignore social, political or collective issues. Their work focuses on design and communication for art, architecture, and diverse cultural agents.
Nabil Ahmed, Dámaso Randulfe for Resource Negotiations in Kirkenes
Nabil Ahmed is an artist, writer and researcher. Recently he has participated in Cuenca Biennale (2014) and the Anthropocene Project (2013-14) at the HKW. He has written for OCA, Third Text, Volume, and Forensis: The Architecture of Public Truth and many other publications. He holds a PhD from the Centre for Research Architecture at Goldsmiths. He teaches at the Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design.
Dámaso Randulfe trained as an architect and architectural historian. His current work includes Mapping Affinities, a forthcoming publication and experimental workshop on Aby Warburg’s 150th anniversary. He teaches at the Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design.
Caitlin Blanchfield, Glen Cummings, Jaffer Kolb, Farzin Lotfi-Jam and Leah Meisterlin for Home-Sharing Platforms in Copenhagen
Caitlin Blanchfield, Glen Cummings, Jaffer Kolb, Farzin Lotfi-Jam and Leah Meisterlin are a group of designers, architects, planners, and writers investigating intimacy, exchange, sharing, and occasionally, over-sharing.