Kunstfeltets uutholdelige skjevhet
A panel discussion where pluralism challenges consensus. TrAP and the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design welcomes you to a discussion on diversity and consensus in Norwegian art institutions.
Moderator: Ellen Aslaksen (Arts Council Norway). Panel: Dag Solhjell (art sociologist), Ingvild Krogvig (curator), Johanne Nordby Wernø (critic, curator and manager UKS), Samir M'kadmi (artist, curator) and Tore Slaatta (professor). Read seminar report (Norwegian only).
This is the third seminar related to the touring exhibition In the National Museum's Blindspot, curated by Samir M'kadmi.
Photo: Børre Høstland / Nasjonalmuseet
I Nasjonalmuseets blindsone
For the National Museum's touring exhibition on the occasion of the 200-year jubilee of the Norwegian constitution, TrAP was engaged to offer a different point of view. Curator Samir M'kadmi focuses on the socially engaged art forms, presenting seven art projects we won't normally see in a museum.
A gathering of the ar(c)t(ic) tribes II
Collaboration between TrAP, Nordland Fylkeskommune, RAM galleri, Rana Museum and The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design
Den mangfoldige nasjonen: Kunsten og viljen til endring
Moderator Theodor Barth, professor, Oslo National Academy of the Arts – Design. Panel: Sissel Lillebostad (curator), Samir M'kadmi (artist and curator of In the National Museum's Blind Spot), Pierre Lionel Matte (artist). In collaboration with The National Museum