The Word’s Head is a collection of poetic texts that circle and cultivate OSLO PILOT’s key research concepts—Reactivation, Periodicity, Disappearance, and Public—in poignant and oblique ways. Featuring twenty-four poets from Scandinavia and beyond, this expansive project will unfold in three stages over the course of one year.—› Read more
Oslo Pilot’s 2015–16 programme encompasses numerous channels of production: publication, presentations, talks, commissioned artworks, seminars, and live events. Some of these channels are in direct dialogue with one another while others present independent ways of developing Oslo Pilot’s investigations. Working across these platforms, the project seeks to generate diverse forms of insight into the project’s key areas of enquiry, and to create numerous points of encounter for its audiences.
Commissioned by OSLO PILOT, House of Commons is the first in a series of Art Pilots—artworks conceived and realised in public spaces across the city of Oslo. The project involves the relocation of a small abandoned provincial house from Østfold to the space in front of the Storting, the seat of Norway’s parliament in central Oslo.—› Read more