A critical walk with the artists Hanan Benammar and Alessandro Marchi
Thursday 27th May 5-7pm
Meet at Tjuvholmen sculpture park at 5pm
The walk is free to join, but please sign up by sending an email to skatteparadiset@kunsthalloslo.no. The tour is now fully booked.
(Due to the current coronavirus regulations we have to limit the number of participants to 10, but this may change after 22nd May).
Dress code casual smart/marina
Refreshments will be served

Welcome to the Tax Haven is an artwork in the form of a guided walk through Oslo led by the artists Hanan Benammar and Alessandro Marchi. The walk follows a route from Tjuvholmen to Sørenga, via Aker Brygge and Bjørvika, looking at the ownership networks and links to offshore money and tax evasion that surround these new developments. According to reliable sources, in these areas there are at least 500 properties owned by Norwegian citizens who do not pay taxes in Norway. The artists will focus on specific buildings along the route, and invited guests from various fields will share their knowledge and contribute to our understanding of these areas.

Guest contributors include:
Tor Dølvik (Transparency International Norway)
Sigrid Klæboe Jacobsen (Tax Justice Network)
Peter Henriksen Ringstad (Tax Justice Network)
Marie Storli (Rethinking Economics)
Will Bradley (Kunsthall Oslo)

Critical Walks is a project by the artist Alessandro Marchi that offers new ways to explore the city, combining journeys through the urban environment with stories and hard data about the relationships that lie behind it. The Critical Walks project has been funded by KORO (Public Art Norway).

Hanan Benammar is an artist based in Oslo who works conceptually on geopolitical, environmental and social issues. She also organises and curates art projects as part of her practice.

Poster image: Marja Skotheim Folde