We are proud to announce the five Intervention Strategies that have been selected to be developed as part of the Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016’s core program, In Residence.
The five winning projects and teams, who will develop their projects in collaboration with the curators of the After Belonging Agency throughout 2016, are:
– OPENtransformation – From «others» to «neighbors», for Asylum and Shelter Provision in Torshov, Oslo. By Elisabeth Søiland, Silje Klepsvik, Åsne Hagen (Bergen, Norway)
– Modes of Movement, for Asylum and Shelter Provision in Torshov, Oslo. By Ruimteveldwerk: Pieter Brosens, Brecht Van Duppen, Sander Van Duppen, Lene Beelen, Pieter Cloeckaert (Antwerp and Brussels, Belgium
– Managing Dissidence in Gardermoen, for Border Definition in Oslo Airport Gardermoen. By Bollería Industrial/Factory-baked Goods: Paula Currás, Ana Olmedo and Enrique Ventosa (Madrid, Spain)
– Nature, Labour, Land: A Public Spatial Archive for Kirkenes, for Resource Negotiations in Kirkenes. By Nabil Ahmed, Damaso Randulfe (London, UK)
– Cher, for Home Sharing Platforms in Copenhagen. By Caitlin Blanchfield, Glen Cummings, Jaffer Kolb, Farzin Lotfi-Jam and Leah Meisterlin (New York City, USA)
The jury was “pleased and impressed by the wide range of proposals, their creativity, seriousness and, sometimes, also the humor with which they approach issues of real gravity, and by the care and hard work that was evident in almost all of them.”
See the full jury report here.
The Jury consisted of Ann-Sofi Rönnskog, Yashar Hanstad, Thomas Keenan, Nina Berre (for OAT) and the After Belonging Agency. The jury work was coordinated by Gisle Nataas (NAL).
Join the discussion and explore the final projects
The projects will be displayed at the After Belonging: In Residence exhibition in the National Museum—Architecture in Oslo and subjects for discussion in public events on site during the Triennale. The Triennale will open from 8. September to 27. November 2016.
The Jury also recognizes the following projects with an Honorable Mention, as they indicate “a very high level of thought and rigor and a sensitivity in responding to the Call”:
– Asylum-seeker´s Music Radio Network. By Transnational Arts Production (TrAP) / Khaled Harara, Abazar Hamid, Sheldon George Blackman, Jan Lothe Eriksen (SAFEmuse) and Hilde Ghosh Maisey (Oslo, Norway).
– Duty Free Shop – DFS. By Philippe Rekacewicz (Arendal, Norway) and Philippe Rivière, (Vendôme, France)
– Cooperative Arctic Hedge Fund: Investing in a New Constituency in the Far North. By Future Firm: Craig Reschke and Ann Lui (Chicago, USA)
– Living Museum. By Kai Reaver and Julie Aars (Oslo, Norway)
Modulor’s Bastard Children, for Transnational Neighborhoods in Tensta, Stockholm. By Víctor M. C. Ciborro, Rocío R. Rivas, José J. C. Afonso, Ana S Sierra, José M. A. Moncayo (Madrid, Spain)
The project is supported by:
The local partners to the sites, are: