Yashar Hanstad (TYIN Tengstue Architects,Trondheim)
Thomas Keenan (Director, Human Rights Program, New York)
Ann-Sofi Rönnskog (Principal, Territorial Agency, London)
Representing OAT: Nina Berre (Director, National Museum—Architecture, Oslo)
Representing the curatorial team: A member of the After Belonging Agency (New York/Rotterdam)
Архитектурная триеннале 2016 в Осло After Belonging приглашает архитекторов и других специалистов со всего мира принять участие в дискуссии, посвященной изменению понятия сопричастности месту и трансформации понятия места жительства. Это открытый международный конкурс, в котором участники должны представить концепции преобразования для пяти различных локаций в странах Северной Европы.
These sites, as nodes within wider networks, encapsulate questions associated with the global transformation of belonging. Interventions should speculate on the architectures associated to the particularities of each site, and can range from spatial strategies, typological variations, and material prototypes to digital platforms and legal propositions, among many others. They can be developed as built structures, 1:1 tests, scale models, and representations for public debate.
One intervention strategy will be selected for each site and will be developed over one year, from the announcement of results in January 2016, to the closing of the Triennale in December 2016. The selected interventions will be displayed at the After Belonging: In Residence exhibition in the National Museum—Architecture in Oslo. They will also be discussed in a public event throughout the Triennale, and included in a publication to be released in 2017.
The In Residence program seeks to engage with specific sites, including their opportunities and problematics. The intervention strategies should define the protocols to develop this engagement, as well as ways to incorporate local agents and audiences.