What happens when you invite strangers into your home? Mia Habib and Jassem Hindi have been performing in people’s houses as part of their artistic research. The result is premiered at Bastard Festival, Trondheim, September 11.
This year we mark the 20th anniversary of the first, major production by the DSV Network, TrAPs predecessor. We are going back to the beginning, to take a closer look at the long-term effects of the work to increase diversity. How has the Norwegian cultural scene changed in our organization’s life-time? Where do we stand now?
In this new video installation, specifically designed for the church space, artist Anawana Haloba explores how struggles for power shape our society and the architecture that surround us.
Dato: Aug 3 - 12 2018
Jakob Cultural Church
TrAP and the municipality of Tromsø work together to make the cultural arenas of the city more relevant to the ever more diverse population of Tromsø. See our past and upcoming events here.
Migration is a phenomenon that has always existed and forms the basis of every society. In a new series of film screenings, we invite the audience to explore the core issues of migration and exile in a historical context.
Dato: October 2018
Meetings. Art. Stories. A survival guide for artists who recently arrived in Norway, by Marie Skeie and Motaz al Habbash. Welcome to the launch of Here and There, October 23.
Dato: October 23 2018
Keys to the City is an audience development programme, where we start conversations between cultural institutions and the audience groups who rarely visit them. Our next open meeting is in November, at K1, Tøyen (Date coming soon).
A new video series on diversity within the arts. The first episode will be launched September 20.
Dato: September 20 2018
During this season we will explore the passing of thresholds and borders, and question who is given access to re-imagine the future
Nine authors from all around the world contribute in this science fiction magazine, which is the third edition in our 10 investigations series.
Dato: April 6 2018
We are living in a time where European identity once again is attempted rewritten into an untrue and limited history about who and what we are. Autumn 2017 we asked whether ethnic diversity is not in fact our true Nordic identity and whether the cultural world can contribute to create a new, shared sense of belonging.
Which freedoms do we take for granted, and which freedoms do we still have to fight for? This spring TrAP explores how different types of freedom can get into conflict with each other in a diverse society. We will look at how to express group identity, such as your cultural or religious background, gender or sexual orientation, while avoiding being limited by stereotypes. Through conversations, humor, and practical experiences we wish to create new ways of understanding; freedom.
This exhibition featured works by the South African artist Zanele Muholi, Ahmed Umar, Linn Cecilie Ulvin and Sara Christensen. First shown in Oslo, we wanted to bring works from this exhibition to Tromsø, Trondheim and Svolvær.
Dato: Nov 10, 2017 – Jan 14, 2018 2017
TrAP presented a captivating dance performance by Bouziane Bouteldja. This guest performance was part of our collaboration with the Norwegian Opera House, to bring international, contemporary performances to Oslo.
Dato: 1 - 2 Feb 2017
Den Norske Opera & Ballett
Transit Radio is a podcast that brings you the music and voices of residents at Norwegian Reception Centres for Refugees.
Six video artists, representatives of the bustlingly exciting Turkish media art scene that has been developing the last twenty years, take part in this exhibition. In a Turkey that is getting increasingly authoritarian, they remind us of the value of the free creative art scene.
Through eight different projects Nevin Aladag, Fayçal Baghriche, Adriana Bustos, Danica Dakić, Ines Doujak & John Barker, Agnieszka Kurant, Walid Raad and Ala Younis aim to spark conversations about migration, identity, war, power relations and a hope for the future. Curated by Malin Barth.
Dato: Jan 22 - Jun 12 2016
Bergen Kjøtt, Stiftelsen 3,14, Akershus Kunstsenter
Apichatpong Weerasethakul is best known as a film director, but when he visited Norway for the first time it was for his first large solo exhibition. We wanted to bring the film audience into the gallery, and the art lovers into the cinemas.
Dato: Oct 10—Dec 15 2013
The Stenersen Museum