INSTALLATION

The Screen City Biennial presents art installations that take up visible and invisible spaces and architectures, some engaging in dialogues with site contextual issues and urban material features, others expanding and disappearing into the fjords.

INSTALLATION

The Screen City Biennial presents art installations that take up visible and invisible spaces and architectures, some engaging in dialogues with site contextual issues and urban material features, others expanding and disappearing into the fjords.

INSTALLATION

The Screen City Biennial presents art installations that take up visible and invisible spaces and architectures, some engaging in dialogues with site contextual issues and urban material features, others expanding and disappearing into the fjords.

INSTALLATION

The Screen City Biennial presents art installations that take up visible and invisible spaces and architectures, some engaging in dialogues with site contextual issues and urban material features, others expanding and disappearing into the fjords.

INSTALLATION

The Screen City Biennial presents art installations that take up visible and invisible spaces and architectures, some engaging in dialogues with site contextual issues and urban material features, others expanding and disappearing into the fjords.

PERFORMANCE

The Biennial’s live performance program is realised in collaboration with Stavanger’s local – and national scenic arts venues and presents live cinema performances stretching from experimentation with early cinematic techniques to new media live performances. Live Cinema refers to projects, which originate in real time when both the audio and the visual parts of the works are being created. We are interested not only in the current state of the art, but also in a historical reflection to compare the situation in the past with the contemporary technological accessibility of moving images. In the context of audio-visual performance and installation, Live Cinema is an important testimony to technological and social changes in the perception of contemporary art through different forms of presentation and interfaces, and can be perceived as a manifestation of live culture.

PERFORMANCE

The Biennial’s live performance program is realised in collaboration with Stavanger’s local – and national scenic arts venues and presents live cinema performances stretching from experimentation with early cinematic techniques to new media live performances. Live Cinema refers to projects, which originate in real time when both the audio and the visual parts of the works are being created. We are interested not only in the current state of the art, but also in a historical reflection to compare the situation in the past with the contemporary technological accessibility of moving images. In the context of audio-visual performance and installation, Live Cinema is an important testimony to technological and social changes in the perception of contemporary art through different forms of presentation and interfaces, and can be perceived as a manifestation of live culture.

PERFORMANCE

The Biennial’s live performance program is realised in collaboration with Stavanger’s local – and national scenic arts venues and presents live cinema performances stretching from experimentation with early cinematic techniques to new media live performances. Live Cinema refers to projects, which originate in real time when both the audio and the visual parts of the works are being created. We are interested not only in the current state of the art, but also in a historical reflection to compare the situation in the past with the contemporary technological accessibility of moving images. In the context of audio-visual performance and installation, Live Cinema is an important testimony to technological and social changes in the perception of contemporary art through different forms of presentation and interfaces, and can be perceived as a manifestation of live culture.

PERFORMANCE

The Biennial’s live performance program is realised in collaboration with Stavanger’s local – and national scenic arts venues and presents live cinema performances stretching from experimentation with early cinematic techniques to new media live performances. Live Cinema refers to projects, which originate in real time when both the audio and the visual parts of the works are being created. We are interested not only in the current state of the art, but also in a historical reflection to compare the situation in the past with the contemporary technological accessibility of moving images. In the context of audio-visual performance and installation, Live Cinema is an important testimony to technological and social changes in the perception of contemporary art through different forms of presentation and interfaces, and can be perceived as a manifestation of live culture.

PERFORMANCE

The Biennial’s live performance program is realised in collaboration with Stavanger’s local – and national scenic arts venues and presents live cinema performances stretching from experimentation with early cinematic techniques to new media live performances. Live Cinema refers to projects, which originate in real time when both the audio and the visual parts of the works are being created. We are interested not only in the current state of the art, but also in a historical reflection to compare the situation in the past with the contemporary technological accessibility of moving images. In the context of audio-visual performance and installation, Live Cinema is an important testimony to technological and social changes in the perception of contemporary art through different forms of presentation and interfaces, and can be perceived as a manifestation of live culture.

FILM PROGRAM

Screen City Biennial presents a series of curated film program presented at the local Odeon Cinema. For the SCB 2019 edition, Ecologies – lost, found and continued, the film programs will include Unquiet, curated by Nathanja van Dijk and and The Lost Nature, Works From The Videobrasil Historical Collection, curated by Gabriel Bogossian.

FILM PROGRAM

Screen City Biennial presents a series of curated film program presented at the local Odeon Cinema. For the SCB 2019 edition, Ecologies – lost, found and continued, the film programs will include Unquiet, curated by Nathanja van Dijk and and The Lost Nature, Works From The Videobrasil Historical Collection, curated by Gabriel Bogossian.

FILM PROGRAM

Screen City Biennial presents a series of curated film program presented at the local Odeon Cinema. For the SCB 2019 edition, Ecologies – lost, found and continued, the film programs will include Unquiet, curated by Nathanja van Dijk and and The Lost Nature, Works From The Videobrasil Historical Collection, curated by Gabriel Bogossian.

FILM PROGRAM

Screen City Biennial presents a series of curated film program presented at the local Odeon Cinema. For the SCB 2019 edition, Ecologies – lost, found and continued, the film programs will include Unquiet, curated by Nathanja van Dijk and and The Lost Nature, Works From The Videobrasil Historical Collection, curated by Gabriel Bogossian.

FILM PROGRAM

Screen City Biennial presents a series of curated film program presented at the local Odeon Cinema. For the SCB 2019 edition, Ecologies – lost, found and continued, the film programs will include Unquiet, curated by Nathanja van Dijk and and The Lost Nature, Works From The Videobrasil Historical Collection, curated by Gabriel Bogossian.

WALKS

The exhibition program includes journeys through Stavanger’s urban environments, accompanied by mobile media. Guided by audio and integrated moving images, participants will experience Stavanger anew through media aesthetic overlays fusing various historic, intimate and global narratives into Stavanger’s experienced urban context.

WALKS

The exhibition program includes journeys through Stavanger’s urban environments, accompanied by mobile media. Guided by audio and integrated moving images, participants will experience Stavanger anew through media aesthetic overlays fusing various historic, intimate and global narratives into Stavanger’s experienced urban context.

WALKS

The exhibition program includes journeys through Stavanger’s urban environments, accompanied by mobile media. Guided by audio and integrated moving images, participants will experience Stavanger anew through media aesthetic overlays fusing various historic, intimate and global narratives into Stavanger’s experienced urban context.

WALKS

The exhibition program includes journeys through Stavanger’s urban environments, accompanied by mobile media. Guided by audio and integrated moving images, participants will experience Stavanger anew through media aesthetic overlays fusing various historic, intimate and global narratives into Stavanger’s experienced urban context.

WALKS

The exhibition program includes journeys through Stavanger’s urban environments, accompanied by mobile media. Guided by audio and integrated moving images, participants will experience Stavanger anew through media aesthetic overlays fusing various historic, intimate and global narratives into Stavanger’s experienced urban context.

TALKS

The Screen City Biennial’s Talks program unfolds through a series of public sessions, from artist talks to curatorial roundtables, keynotes and panel conversations. The program ties in with the Biennial’s Research Program and online Journal with the aim to examine, elaborate and discuss various artistic and urban contextual aspects relating to the expanded moving image in public space in light of the Biennial’s theme Ecologies - lost, found and continued.

TALKS

The Screen City Biennial’s Talks program unfolds through a series of public sessions, from artist talks to curatorial roundtables, keynotes and panel conversations. The program ties in with the Biennial’s Research Program and online Journal with the aim to examine, elaborate and discuss various artistic and urban contextual aspects relating to the expanded moving image in public space in light of the Biennial’s theme Ecologies - lost, found and continued.

TALKS

The Screen City Biennial’s Talks program unfolds through a series of public sessions, from artist talks to curatorial roundtables, keynotes and panel conversations. The program ties in with the Biennial’s Research Program and online Journal with the aim to examine, elaborate and discuss various artistic and urban contextual aspects relating to the expanded moving image in public space in light of the Biennial’s theme Ecologies - lost, found and continued.

TALKS

The Screen City Biennial’s Talks program unfolds through a series of public sessions, from artist talks to curatorial roundtables, keynotes and panel conversations. The program ties in with the Biennial’s Research Program and online Journal with the aim to examine, elaborate and discuss various artistic and urban contextual aspects relating to the expanded moving image in public space in light of the Biennial’s theme Ecologies - lost, found and continued.

TALKS

The Screen City Biennial’s Talks program unfolds through a series of public sessions, from artist talks to curatorial roundtables, keynotes and panel conversations. The program ties in with the Biennial’s Research Program and online Journal with the aim to examine, elaborate and discuss various artistic and urban contextual aspects relating to the expanded moving image in public space in light of the Biennial’s theme Ecologies - lost, found and continued.

ONLINE EXHIBITION

Today we are witnessing an emerging line of digital platforms for exhibiting and distributing the moving image, which has opened up a new path for independent online curatorial work, events and biennials. When dealing with global subjects we need to explore the proper ways to reach a global audience and take advantage of the Internet’s social, cultural and political potential for distributing artistic content beyond borders and restrictions. The Screen City Biennial wishes to encourage this effort and highlight the artists and curators forging this path. The online exhibition reflects the Screen City Biennial’s aim to be accessible beyond the geographic locality of Stavanger and further exhibition practices with the expanded moving image in online, mobile and hybrid presentation formats.

ONLINE EXHIBITION

Today we are witnessing an emerging line of digital platforms for exhibiting and distributing the moving image, which has opened up a new path for independent online curatorial work, events and biennials. When dealing with global subjects we need to explore the proper ways to reach a global audience and take advantage of the Internet’s social, cultural and political potential for distributing artistic content beyond borders and restrictions. The Screen City Biennial wishes to encourage this effort and highlight the artists and curators forging this path. The online exhibition reflects the Screen City Biennial’s aim to be accessible beyond the geographic locality of Stavanger and further exhibition practices with the expanded moving image in online, mobile and hybrid presentation formats.

ONLINE EXHIBITION

Today we are witnessing an emerging line of digital platforms for exhibiting and distributing the moving image, which has opened up a new path for independent online curatorial work, events and biennials. When dealing with global subjects we need to explore the proper ways to reach a global audience and take advantage of the Internet’s social, cultural and political potential for distributing artistic content beyond borders and restrictions. The Screen City Biennial wishes to encourage this effort and highlight the artists and curators forging this path. The online exhibition reflects the Screen City Biennial’s aim to be accessible beyond the geographic locality of Stavanger and further exhibition practices with the expanded moving image in online, mobile and hybrid presentation formats.

ONLINE EXHIBITION

Today we are witnessing an emerging line of digital platforms for exhibiting and distributing the moving image, which has opened up a new path for independent online curatorial work, events and biennials. When dealing with global subjects we need to explore the proper ways to reach a global audience and take advantage of the Internet’s social, cultural and political potential for distributing artistic content beyond borders and restrictions. The Screen City Biennial wishes to encourage this effort and highlight the artists and curators forging this path. The online exhibition reflects the Screen City Biennial’s aim to be accessible beyond the geographic locality of Stavanger and further exhibition practices with the expanded moving image in online, mobile and hybrid presentation formats.

ONLINE EXHIBITION

Today we are witnessing an emerging line of digital platforms for exhibiting and distributing the moving image, which has opened up a new path for independent online curatorial work, events and biennials. When dealing with global subjects we need to explore the proper ways to reach a global audience and take advantage of the Internet’s social, cultural and political potential for distributing artistic content beyond borders and restrictions. The Screen City Biennial wishes to encourage this effort and highlight the artists and curators forging this path. The online exhibition reflects the Screen City Biennial’s aim to be accessible beyond the geographic locality of Stavanger and further exhibition practices with the expanded moving image in online, mobile and hybrid presentation formats.

KUNST.TV

The Kunst.TV channel consists of programs of moving image art especially curated for public and semi-public spaces (including hotel lounges, airports and terminals). It is inspired by the current impact of expanded media and technologies for the exhibition and diffusion of art, and intends to occupy spaces other than the art institutions for the circulation of moving image. The channel aims at presenting works by both established and emerging artists, and curates programs tailored for this specific format.

The Kunst.TV channel and project is launched in conjunction with the Screen City Biennial 2019, in collaboration with Clarion Hotel. It presents works by Ursula Biemann, Emilija Škarnulytė, Luiz Roque and Michelle-Marie Letelier.

Kunst.TV is produced by Art Republic, Norway

KUNST.TV

The Kunst.TV channel consists of programs of moving image art especially curated for public and semi-public spaces (including hotel lounges, airports and terminals). It is inspired by the current impact of expanded media and technologies for the exhibition and diffusion of art, and intends to occupy spaces other than the art institutions for the circulation of moving image. The channel aims at presenting works by both established and emerging artists, and curates programs tailored for this specific format.

The Kunst.TV channel and project is launched in conjunction with the Screen City Biennial 2019, in collaboration with Clarion Hotel. It presents works by Ursula Biemann, Emilija Škarnulytė, Luiz Roque and Michelle-Marie Letelier.

Kunst.TV is produced by Art Republic, Norway

KUNST.TV

The Kunst.TV channel consists of programs of moving image art especially curated for public and semi-public spaces (including hotel lounges, airports and terminals). It is inspired by the current impact of expanded media and technologies for the exhibition and diffusion of art, and intends to occupy spaces other than the art institutions for the circulation of moving image. The channel aims at presenting works by both established and emerging artists, and curates programs tailored for this specific format.

The Kunst.TV channel and project is launched in conjunction with the Screen City Biennial 2019, in collaboration with Clarion Hotel. It presents works by Ursula Biemann, Emilija Škarnulytė, Luiz Roque and Michelle-Marie Letelier.

Kunst.TV is produced by Art Republic, Norway

KUNST.TV

The Kunst.TV channel consists of programs of moving image art especially curated for public and semi-public spaces (including hotel lounges, airports and terminals). It is inspired by the current impact of expanded media and technologies for the exhibition and diffusion of art, and intends to occupy spaces other than the art institutions for the circulation of moving image. The channel aims at presenting works by both established and emerging artists, and curates programs tailored for this specific format.

The Kunst.TV channel and project is launched in conjunction with the Screen City Biennial 2019, in collaboration with Clarion Hotel. It presents works by Ursula Biemann, Emilija Škarnulytė, Luiz Roque and Michelle-Marie Letelier.

Kunst.TV is produced by Art Republic, Norway

KUNST.TV

The Kunst.TV channel consists of programs of moving image art especially curated for public and semi-public spaces (including hotel lounges, airports and terminals). It is inspired by the current impact of expanded media and technologies for the exhibition and diffusion of art, and intends to occupy spaces other than the art institutions for the circulation of moving image. The channel aims at presenting works by both established and emerging artists, and curates programs tailored for this specific format.

The Kunst.TV channel and project is launched in conjunction with the Screen City Biennial 2019, in collaboration with Clarion Hotel. It presents works by Ursula Biemann, Emilija Škarnulytė, Luiz Roque and Michelle-Marie Letelier.

Kunst.TV is produced by Art Republic, Norway

CHILDREN AND YOUTH MEDIATION PROGRAM

Tumucumaque National Park is a nature reserve in the northwest of Brazil that is currently under threat. Inside Tumucumaque enables the audience to have an immersive experience in the Amazon rainforest, allowing them to observe their surroundings through the eyes of native wildlife. Based on scientific research, the creatures’ senses are interpreted both visually and haptically, presenting the complexity of the ecosystems in an engaging and accessible way. This unique virtual experience of the Amazon rainforest is a project by Interactive Media Foundation (IMF) developed in cooperation with the digital production artists of Artificial Rome and the scientific support of the Museum of Natural History Berlin. This VR work will be presented at the Stavanger Museum during the Museum Night (October 25), as part of SCB’s children and youth mediation program.

CHILDREN AND YOUTH MEDIATION PROGRAM

Tumucumaque National Park is a nature reserve in the northwest of Brazil that is currently under threat. Inside Tumucumaque enables the audience to have an immersive experience in the Amazon rainforest, allowing them to observe their surroundings through the eyes of native wildlife. Based on scientific research, the creatures’ senses are interpreted both visually and haptically, presenting the complexity of the ecosystems in an engaging and accessible way. This unique virtual experience of the Amazon rainforest is a project by Interactive Media Foundation (IMF) developed in cooperation with the digital production artists of Artificial Rome and the scientific support of the Museum of Natural History Berlin. This VR work will be presented at the Stavanger Museum during the Museum Night (October 25), as part of SCB’s children and youth mediation program.

CHILDREN AND YOUTH MEDIATION PROGRAM

Tumucumaque National Park is a nature reserve in the northwest of Brazil that is currently under threat. Inside Tumucumaque enables the audience to have an immersive experience in the Amazon rainforest, allowing them to observe their surroundings through the eyes of native wildlife. Based on scientific research, the creatures’ senses are interpreted both visually and haptically, presenting the complexity of the ecosystems in an engaging and accessible way. This unique virtual experience of the Amazon rainforest is a project by Interactive Media Foundation (IMF) developed in cooperation with the digital production artists of Artificial Rome and the scientific support of the Museum of Natural History Berlin. This VR work will be presented at the Stavanger Museum during the Museum Night (October 25), as part of SCB’s children and youth mediation program.

CHILDREN AND YOUTH MEDIATION PROGRAM

Tumucumaque National Park is a nature reserve in the northwest of Brazil that is currently under threat. Inside Tumucumaque enables the audience to have an immersive experience in the Amazon rainforest, allowing them to observe their surroundings through the eyes of native wildlife. Based on scientific research, the creatures’ senses are interpreted both visually and haptically, presenting the complexity of the ecosystems in an engaging and accessible way. This unique virtual experience of the Amazon rainforest is a project by Interactive Media Foundation (IMF) developed in cooperation with the digital production artists of Artificial Rome and the scientific support of the Museum of Natural History Berlin. This VR work will be presented at the Stavanger Museum during the Museum Night (October 25), as part of SCB’s children and youth mediation program.

CHILDREN AND YOUTH MEDIATION PROGRAM

Tumucumaque National Park is a nature reserve in the northwest of Brazil that is currently under threat. Inside Tumucumaque enables the audience to have an immersive experience in the Amazon rainforest, allowing them to observe their surroundings through the eyes of native wildlife. Based on scientific research, the creatures’ senses are interpreted both visually and haptically, presenting the complexity of the ecosystems in an engaging and accessible way. This unique virtual experience of the Amazon rainforest is a project by Interactive Media Foundation (IMF) developed in cooperation with the digital production artists of Artificial Rome and the scientific support of the Museum of Natural History Berlin. This VR work will be presented at the Stavanger Museum during the Museum Night (October 25), as part of SCB’s children and youth mediation program.

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INSTALLATIONS

➤ MS SANDNESS
17–20 October, 14-20h
26–27 October, 12–16h

Momoko Seto, PLANET ∞ (2017)
Richard Alexandersson, pod (2017)
Mai Hofstad Gunnes, Wave. Whip. Fan. (2017)
Sissel M. Bergh, #Tjaetsie (Water) Knowhowknow (2018)

➤ DOMKIRKEN
(STAVANGER CATHEDRAL) / CHAPEL
17–20 October, 14–20h 
26–27 October, 12–16h

Jonathas de Andrade, O Peixe (The Fish, 2016)

➤ FISKEPIREN (FERRY TERMINAL)
17–20 October, 14–20h
26–27 October, 12–16h

Michelle-Marie Letelier, The Bone (2019)

➤ UTENRIKSTERMINALEN
(INTERNATIONAL TERMINAL)
17–20 October, 14–20h
26–27 October, 12–16h

Flatform, That Which is to Come is Just a Promise (2019)
Kristina Õllek, Nautilus New Era (2018)

➤ UTENRIKS-TERMINALEN
(INTERNATIONAL TERMINAL)
17–20 October, 14–20h
26–27 October, 12–16h

Flatform, That Which is to Come is Just a Promise (2019)
Kristina Õllek, Nautilus New Era (2018)

➤ NORWEGIAN PETROLEUM MUSEUM
17–20 October, 10–16h

Tove Kommedal, Bardo (2015)
Andrew Norman Wilson, Ode to Seekers 2012 (2016)

DOMKIRKEN (STAVANGER CATHEDRAL)
18–20 October, 17–21h

Emilija Škarnulytė, Deep Point Cloud (2019)

➤ STAVANGER MUSEUM
25 October, 19–23h
(Museum Night)

Inside Tumucumaque (2018)

➤ STAVANGER MUSEUM
25 October, 19–23h
(Museum Night)

Inside Tumucumaque (2018)

➤ STAVANGER MUSEUM
25 October, 19–23h
(Museum Night)

Inside Tumucumaque (2018)

➤ STAVANGER MUSEUM
25 October, 19–23h
(Museum Night)

Inside Tumucumaque (2018)

➤ TORGET (STAVANGER CITY SQUARE)
17–30 October, 24h

Tuomas A. Laitinen, Tentacle Tongue (2019)

➤ TORGET (STAVANGER CITY SQUARE)
17–30 October, 24h

Tuomas A. Laitinen, Tentacle Tongue (2019)

➤ STAVANGER AIRPORT
17–30 October, 24h

Tuomas A. Laitinen, Tentacle Tongue (2019)

➤ STAVANGER AIRPORT
17–30 October, 24h

Tuomas A. Laitinen, Tentacle Tongue (2019)

➤ KUNST.TV
(at Clarion Hotel, open hotel room) 
17–20 October, 24h

Ursula Biemann, Subatlantic (2015)
Emilija Škarnulytė, No Place Rising (2016)
Luiz Roque, ZERO (2019)
Michelle-Marie Letelier, Outline for The Bonding (2019)

Live Cinema and Performances

➤ CONCERT HALL
19 October, 20.30–23.15h

Michelle-Marie Letelier and Kalma, Caliche Crystals (2019)
Marjolijn Dijkman and Toril Johannessen, Reclaiming Vision (2018)

➤ RØDNE FJORD CRUISE
18, 19 October, 15–18h

Enrique Ramírez, Tidal Pulse II (2019)

➤ DOMKIRKEN (STAVANGER CATHEDRAL)
17 October, 18–19h

Emilija Škarnulytė and Jokūbas Čižikas, Deep Sea Dweller (2019), live performance accompanying the work Deep Point Cloud (2019) by Emilija Škarnulytė

➤ DOMKIRKEN (STAVANGER CATHEDRAL)
17 October, 17–19h

Emilija Škarnulytė and Jokūbas Čižikas, Deep Sea Dweller (2019), live performance accompanying the work Deep Point Cloud (2019) by Emilija Škarnulytė

➤ STAVANGER ART MUSEUM
18 October, 19.30–20.45h

Band of Weeds, The Greenhouse Phenomenon (2019)

➤ MS SANDNES
18 October, 22–22.30h
19 October, 20–20.30h

Saara Ekström, Beacon (2019)

FIlm program ➤ ODEON CINEMA

FIlm program
➤ ODEON CINEMA

18 October, 12–13.30h

Everything’s Coming Together While Everything’s
Falling Apart


Oliver Ressler, The ZAD (2017)
Oliver Ressler, Limity Jsme My (2019)

18 October, 12–13.30h

Everything’s Coming Together While Everything’s
Falling Apart


Oliver Ressler, The ZAD (2017)
Oliver Ressler, Limity Jsme My (2019)

18 October, 12–13.30h

Everything’s Coming Together While Everything’s
Falling Apart


Oliver Ressler, The ZAD (2017)
Oliver Ressler, Limity Jsme My (2019)

19 October, 12–13.30h
26 October, 12–13.30h

Unquiet, curated by Nathanja van Dijk

Mikhail Karikis, Children of the Unquiet (2014)
Ursula Biemann, Subatlantic (2015)
Jakob Kudsk Steensen, RE-WILDLING (2018)
Mikhail Karikis, No Ordinary Protest (2018)
Luiz Roque, ZERO (2019)

20 October, 12–14h
27 October, 12–14h

The Lost Nature, curated by Gabriel Bogossian

Ximena Garrido-Lecca, Contornos (2014)
Vincent Carelli, O Espírito da TV (1990)
Laura Huertas Millán, Journey to a Land Otherwise Known (2011)
Andrés Bedoya, Jugando (2015)
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Forest Law
Ursula Biemann and Paulo Tavares, Forest Law (2014)

talks and panelS

➤ MS SANDNES

17 October, 19–20h

Opening Talk
Introduction to the 2019 Screen City Biennial Ecologies – lost, found and continued. With Daniela Arriado and Vanina Saracino.

19 October, 16–18h

The Bone. Visual Arts Meets Ecophilosophy
Panel and artist talk.
With Michelle-Marie Letelier and Martin Lee Müller.

In her virtual reality work, The Bone, Letelier reflects on the ethical, poetic and philosophical aspects of human-animal ecologies both indigenous and industrial. Here she collaborates with poet-philosopher Martin Lee Mueller, who in his book Being Salmon, Being Human explores the irreducibly rich sensual world of salmon and the tragedy of our self-absorption.

 

20 October, 14.30–16h (free entrance)

Digital Dynamics: Art’s New Making
Panel and audience conversation With Saara Ekström, Toril Johannessen and Laura Beloff. Moderated by Tanya Toft Ag.

The digital has launched both excitement and concern with art’s ecologies of making the ‘new.’ Art’s making begins not with the tool but with a sense of who we are, our origins, histories, centers and peripheries, and it continues in our co-evolution with technics. What ecologies are implicated in art’s making today, and what does the pursuit of the ‘new’ promise, challenge and feed forward?

➤ ODEON CINEMA
18 October, 12–13.30h

Everything's Coming Together While Everything's Falling Apart

Vanina Saracino in conversation with Oliver Ressler on artistic practices intertwined with environmental activism, following the screening of his works.

➤ CONCERT HALL
19 October, 21–23h

Audience conversation

Daniela Arriado in conversation with Michelle- Marie Letelier, Kalma, Marjolijn Dijkman and Toril Johannessen following their performances.

ONLINE EXHIBITION

VISIT (Available from 17 October)
17–30 October, 24h

 Oliver Ressler The Online Exhibition presents Oliver Ressler’s body of work Everything's Coming Together While Everything's Falling Apart, an ongoing project that follows the activists’ struggles against a fossil fuel-dependent economy. Everything's Coming Together While Everything's Falling Apart includes Limity Jsme My (2019), Code Rood (2018), The ZAD (2017), Ende Gelände (2016), COP21 (2016).

➤ Link available from 17 October
17–30 October, 24h

 Oliver Ressler The Online Exhibition presents Oliver Ressler’s body of work Everything's Coming Together While Everything's Falling Apart, an ongoing project that follows the activists’ struggles against a fossil fuel-dependent economy. Everything's Coming Together While Everything's Falling Apart includes Limity Jsme My (2019), Code Rood (2018), The ZAD (2017), Ende Gelände (2016), COP21 (2016).

➤ Link available from 17 October
17–30 October, 24h

 Oliver Ressler The Online Exhibition presents Oliver Ressler’s body of work Everything's Coming Together While Everything's Falling Apart, an ongoing project that follows the activists’ struggles against a fossil fuel-dependent economy. Everything's Coming Together While Everything's Falling Apart includes Limity Jsme My (2019), Code Rood (2018), The ZAD (2017), Ende Gelände (2016), COP21 (2016).

➤ Link available from 17 October
17–30 October, 24h

 Oliver Ressler The Online Exhibition presents Oliver Ressler’s body of work Everything's Coming Together While Everything's Falling Apart, an ongoing project that follows the activists’ struggles against a fossil fuel-dependent economy. Everything's Coming Together While Everything's Falling Apart includes Limity Jsme My (2019), Code Rood (2018), The ZAD (2017), Ende Gelände (2016), COP21 (2016).

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