Norwegian Museum of Tourism
Untitled (landscape / gravitating drops), Børre Sæthre. Photo: Ole John Aandal
In her art project Luftballett (Airborne Ballet), textile artist Margrethe Kolstad Brekke collaborates with students, extreme sports enthusiasts, and an American poet, as she attempts to galvanize green transition.
By Jonas Dahlberg
Earlier today the Ministry of Culture informed Public Art Norway that the contract with Jonas Dahlberg concerning designs for the national memorial sites after 22 July in Hole and Oslo is to be cancelled in its entirety. Simultaneously, Public Art Norway’s involvement in work on the memorial sites has been terminated.
KORO has carried out many art projects at the University of Tromsø, Norway's Arctic University over the years. In this guide we have chosen works in buildings that are accessible to everyone and provide an interesting walk around the university area.
We have selected 11 works from KORO’s vast art collection that together form an excellent itinerary for a walking tour of Oslo.
Jonas Dahlberg’s proposal for the memorial site on the Sørbråten peninsula in Hole municipality evokes the physical feeling of loss, symbolizing the wound inflicted on the victims, their families, and the whole of Norway by the Utøya massacre on 22 July 2011.
Five artists/artists groups have been invited to a closed competition after an open call.
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