The first event of Munchmuseet’s new project ‘Munchmuseet on the Move (2016-2019)’ is a conference, in collaboration with Kunsthall Oslo.
The conference looks at the artist-initiated ‘Prosjekt i Gamlebyen (PiG)’, which included over 80 artists’ commissions across Oslo’s Old Town; a publication of poems, novels, and essays; and a series of concerts at the now-demolished building, Borgen. This all took place over a ten-day period, from 26 May to 5 June 1994. The programme of art projects was curated by Harald Fetveit, Ketil Nergaard, and Christel Sverre, and Per Platou organized the musical events. The conference on 8 April 2016 revisits PiG and Borgen, and contextualises the projects historically, internationally, and in a contemporary landscape of art in public space in Oslo.
The conference is free with registration, and will be held in English. Registration: http://app.emarketeer.com/
09.00: Coffee and registration
09.30: Welcome by Natalie Hope O’Donnell
09.35: Prosjekt i Gamlebyen (PiG) with Harald Østgaard Lund, Harald Fetveit, Ketil Nergaard, and Christel Sverre – Q&A with Jon-Ove Steihaug
11.30: Coffee break
12.00: Borgen with Per Platou, Lotte Konow Lund, moderated by Ingrid Lønningdal
14.00: PiG in context by Anne Szefer Karlsen – Audience Q&A moderated by Elisabeth Byre and Natalie Hope O’Donnell
15.30: Coffee break
16.00: Artist’s talk by Jon Benjamin Tallerås
16.30: Return the Gift by Will Bradley (Kunsthall Oslo)
Want to know more about ‘Munchmuseet on the Move’?:http://munchmuseet.no/en/