Project Room

Part production house, part resource centre, the Project Room operates as a space for curated presentations as well as a gathering point for the different channels of activity within Oslo Pilot. Here, visitors can engage with materials from Oslo Pilot’s various projects around the city, pick up copies of Oslo Pilot publications, attend public talks and events, and delve into the growing archive of research materials. Please consult our calendar for details of forthcoming presentations, launches, conversations, and live events.

Oslo Pilot project room
Prinsens gate 2
0152 Oslo

Opening hours: Monday to Friday 10:00–15:30

Foto: Munch-museet 1963/Teigens fotoatelier/Oslobilder.no

City of Dislocation

January 22, 2016 12:18 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

"Consolidate or Die” is the first exposure of the overarching project City of Dislocation, which is a two-year investigation of important historical landmarks about to be vacated as newly merged institutions move into new headquarters. The first part of the project explores five iconic buildings: The National Gallery, the Museum of Modern Art, Oslo Public Library, The Munch Museum and the Museum of Decorative Arts and Design. 21 January – 1 May, OSLO PILOT Project Room.

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Foto: Niklas Lello

City of Dislocation – opening

January 21, 2016 12:32 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

The City of Dislocation opening event took place on Thursday 21st February 2016 in the OSLO PILOT Project Room. This extensive exhibition project was conceived and developed by architects Johanne Borthne and Vilhelm Christensen, curator and writer Martin Braathen and architectural historian Even Smith Wergeland in collaboration with OSLO PILOT curators Eva González-Sancho and Per Gunnar Eeg-Tverbakk.

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Morten Wintervold, HVEM ER HVEM SOM HELST, 2015

The Word’s Head

October 12, 2015 8:30 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

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.

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