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September 24, 2015

Oslo Architecture Triennale

Call for intervention strategies—Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016: After Belonging
September 24–November 23, 2015

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In Residence: international call for intervention strategies 
Deadline: 
November 23, 2015

The Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016: After Belonging invites architects and other professionals from around the world to engage in a debate concerning our changing condition of belonging and the contemporary transformation of residence. This open, international call offers a unique opportunity to be part of the Triennale’s core program, as it seeks intervention strategies for five different sites in the Nordic region. One intervention strategy will be selected for each site and will be developed over one year. The selected interventions will be displayed at the National Museum—Architecture in Oslo.

International call for associated projects
Deadline: 
November 30, 2015

Information regarding the two calls can be found at www.oslotriennale.com.

After Belonging
A Triennale In Residence, On Residence and the Ways We Stay in Transit

With a stranger sleeping on your couch; inside the boxes at the storage facility; surrounded by the information you share in the cloud; after clearing customs at the airport; where your passport allows you to reside. "Being at home" entails different definitions nowadays, both within domestic settings and in the spaces defined by national boundaries under contemporary regimes of circulation.

The 2016 Oslo Architecture Triennale designs the objects, spaces, and territories for a transforming condition of belonging. Global circulation of people, information, and goods has destabilized what we understand by residence, questioning spatial permanence, property, and identity—a crisis of belonging. Circulation brings greater accessibility to ever-new commodities and further geographies. But, simultaneously, circulation also promotes growing inequalities for large groups, kept in precarious states of transit. After Belonging examines both our attachment to places and collectivities—Where do we belong?—as well as our relation to the objects we own, share, and exchange—How do we manage our belongings?

The Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016 is divided into two parts: 
-A triennale On Residence, in which to collectively analyze the spatial conditions that shape our ways of staying in transit and the definition of our contemporary spaces of residence
-A triennale In Residence, in which international architects and professionals concerned with the built environment will engage in local collaborations in Oslo, the Nordic region, and around the globe, to intervene in the transformation of residence

How can different agents involved in the built environment address the ways we stay in transit? How can architects intervene in the reconfiguration of the contemporary residence?

With commissioned reports to: James Bridle, Matilde Cassani, Eriksen Skajaa Architects, Emily Fahlèn + Ahmet Ögüt, Husos, Living Architectures (Ila Bêka, Louise Lemoine), Jill Magid, Emeka Ogboh, The State (Rahel Aima, Ahmad Makia, Deepak Unnikrishnan), Transborder Studio + Friday Milk 

Curated by:
Lluís A. Casanovas Blanco / Ignacio G. Galán / Carlos Mínguez Carrasco / Alejandra Navarrete Llopis / Marina Otero Verzier

Contact curators: info [​at​] afterbelonging.org

For further information on the Oslo Architecture Triennale, please contact:
Alexandra Cruz, ac [​at​] oslotriennale.no

For media inquiries, please contact:
Kaia H. Nelson, khn [​at​] oslotriennale.no

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