Oslo Architecture Triennale Autumn 2018 Events, Architectural Exhibitions Norway, OAT News
Oslo Architecture Triennale Autumn Program in 2018
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Oslo Architecture Triennale Autumn 2018 Events
The OAT Autumn program 2018 will test ideas, issues and formats in anticipation to next year’s Triennale theme, the Architecture of Degrowth.
OAT has jump started the Autumn program by presenting the perfomative audiowalk Living Futures under Arendalsuka, the most important annual public political gathering in Norway.
Next event in the OAT Autumn program is the Oslo Urban Arena conference, where OAT introduces Turncoats, a novel debate format to be presented in Norway for the first time. Architectural writer, critic, consultant and curator Peter Buchanan visits Oslo in October, and the Fireside Debate in the basement of the Oslo Association of Architects will discuss the purpose, responsibility and potential of architectural exhibitions. See the full Autumn program below.
OAT relies on good partners, both program partners and financial partners. OAT and the law firm Kluge have now renewed their partnership for another two years, and we are very happy to have Kluge with us on the way to next year’s festival.
Hope to see you this Autumn! We look forward to exploring next year’s Triennial theme, degrowth, with you!
Latest news on the OAT Autumn program 2018:
More is More – Turncoats Debate at Oslo Urban Arena
At this year’s Oslo Urban Arena conference, OAT hosts a novel debate format to be presented in Norway for the first time: Turncoats. OAT Debate at Oslo Urban Arena
Open Lecture: Peter Buchanan at the Architects’ House in Oslo
Open lecture by architectural writer, critic, consultant and curator Peter Buchanan, followed by a conversation with OAT 2019 Chief Curators. Buchanan is widely known for the critical essay series “The Big Rethink” in The Architectural Review.
Fireside Debate at the Oslo Association of Architects
The OAT 2019 Chief Curators will join the Oslo Association of Architects and its members for a conversation about the purpose, responsibility and potential of architectural exhibitions and their contribution to the practice and discourse of architecture.
Essay series and workshop in collaboration with e-flux Architecture
Over the next year, OAT is presenting a series of essays on architecture and degrowth in partnership with the online arts journal e-flux Architecture. The series is titled “Overgrowth”, and the first batch of essays will be discussed in a Nordic workshop in November.
Student course at The Oslo School of Architecture and Design
The elective course “Being Tectonic” is an elective research group that are joining the OAT 2019 Chief Curators to explore the role of architecture in re-establishing our relationships with one another through the physical and finite worlds we create and inhabit.
Arendalsuka 2018 in pictures
The OAT Autumn program 2018 is all about testing ideas and formats related to next year’s Triennale theme, degrowth. This was the case for OAT and the art collective zURBS’ visit to Arendalsuka, the great annual public political gathering in Norway in mid-August.
OAT visit to Arendalsuka
OAT and KLUGE continue their partnership
Oslo Architecture Triennale and the law firm KLUGE have renewed their partnership for another two years.
Oslo Architecture Triennale & KLUGE
Glimpses of Degrowth
Are you not entirely familiar with the OAT 2019 theme “the Architecture of Degrowth”? The OAT Instagram feed is slowly filling up with degrowth stories. Follow OAT on Instagram to get some glimpses of degrowth.
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