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ShowsDOGA (Reprogramming the city, 2018)
The Vigeland Museum (permanent collection)
Munchmuseet (diverse exhibitions)
antipodes café DEG15 (2016)
Gallery Svalbard (Utforsking av Norges Flagg #2, 2015)
Selected debris1 Pedestal (with sand inside)
1 MDF plate (painted and printed)
1 OSB plate (printed)
Paint (black 90%)
1 catalogue (picked directly from a trash bin)
1m Floor Trunking

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2019. RESHOW DISPLAY

Display at DOGA

  • pedestal with sand from the Vigeland Museum with small cut to fix in the place.
  • black paint from Munchmuseum
  • the cover was made with part of a a printed OSB plate from the exhibition “Reprogramming the city” held at DOGA. (photo: © thanks for allowing us to use the image)
  • iPad, cables and transformer (bought -used-)
  • White vinyl from “rest box” at Folkeverkstedet Deichmanske bibliotek
  • Flyers made with a catalogue (trashed at the Vigeland Museum) cut 5x5cm, and letter stamps with ink (rests from shows at æDEG15)

Display at ROM

  • cover of an existing pedestal made with part of an already painted and printed MDF plate from Munchmuseum
  • sides were painted in white with rests of paint from æDEG15 (antipodes café, 2016)
  • iPad, cables and transformer (bought -used-)
  • Floor trunking for cable was previously used in the exhibition “utforsking av norges flagg” at Gallery Svalbard (antipodes café, 2015)
  • Vinyl from “rest box” at Folkeverkstedet Deichmanske bibliotek
  • Flyers made with a catalogue (trashed at the Vigeland Museum) cut 5x5cm, and letter stamps with ink (rests from shows at æDEG15)

Display at The National Museum of Architecutre

  • pedestal from past shows at the museum
  • black paint from Munchmuseum
  • the cover was made with part of a a printed OSB plate from the exhibition “Reprogramming the city” held at DOGA. (photo: © thanks for allowing us to use the image)
  • iPad, cables and transformer (bought -used-)
  • White vinyl from “rest box” at Folkeverkstedet Deichmanske bibliotek
  • Flyers made with a catalogue (trashed at the Vigeland Museum) cut 5x5cm, and letter stamps with ink (rests from shows at æDEG15)
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OAT’2016

ShowOslo Architecture Triennale 2016: Åfťěŕ Bėļöńğiñg
Date8. September–27. November 2016
PlaceDOGA, Oslo, Norway
Selected debrismetallic grids, transparent acrylics with prints, screws, printed acrylic “Please do not touch” sign.

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2017. æStue, Oslo

Metallic grids reused as doors, wall of storage under stair, and as a fence for safety right next to the fjord.

2019. Pintxo Poster, Donostia

“Please do not touch” sign from OAT16, reused in exhibition Pintxo Poster at Lantoki, Tabakalera. Photo: Niko Iturralde
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Tabakalera –signal system–

Exhibition spaceTabakalera
Date (materials in use)September 2015 > 2018
PlaceDonostia, Basque Country, ES–PV
Selected debrisOSB plates from former signal system
OSB panels used for signal system at Tabakalera. Photo: Niko Iturralde

¡No queda nada! Montando desde hoy la señalética de Tabakalera Donostia 🔜🔜🔜#tabakalera #señaletica #wayfinding #design #culture #contemporary #donostia #identity #graphics

Posted by Husmee Studio Graphique on Friday, September 4, 2015

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2019.PINTXO POSTER, Tabakalera, Donostia

OSB panels reused as tables and for showing posters, during the exhibition “PINTXO POSTER” by antipodes café (2019.04). Foto: Niko Iturralde
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Stakkars-oss som bor i Oslo

ShowStakkars-oss som bor i Oslo (Eng: Poor us who live in Oslo)
Date22. January–10. March 2015
PlaceDOGA, Oslo, Norway
Selected debriswooden planks and lists, screws (hundreds!)
Stakkars oss som bor i Oslo, photo: 2015 © Morten Storstein

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2015 – Satire seminar, National Library, Oslo

Wood was reused for a Seminar about Satire arranged by Det Flerespråk Biblioteket at the National Library in Oslo.
(papers for those signs were back side of posters found on a trash bin. Sentences were defined by librarians.)

2016 – Deckchairs workshop “Dispose” with Basurama at æDEG15, and urban intervention in Bjørvika, Oslo

Screws and wood were reused for creating deckchairs with Basurama at æDEG15, Barcode, Oslo.
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Arbeid Pågår

ShowArbeid pågår! (Eng. “Under construction!”)
Date10. June –28. September 2014
PlaceDOGA, Oslo, Norway
Selected debrisbanners, wooden panels (printed)
Årbeid Pågar! – Photographs: Roberto di Trani – DOGA © 2014

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2016 – æDEG15, Barcode, Oslo
2017 – antipodes café visita Elefante, Brasilia

One of the three aprons made in house by Sunniva and daily used in the project æDEG15 (Barcode, Oslo, 2016)
Foto: exhibition antipodes café visita Elefante. (ECC, Brasilia, 2017)

2016 – workshop “dispose” (w/Basurama) æDEG15, Barcode, Oslo


Banners were reused during a two days open workshop at æDEG15 for creating deckchairs. Workshop was directed by Basurama (Spain)
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Bjørvika informasjonssenter

ShowBjørvika informasjonssenter (information center: Bjørvika -show room-)
Date30. September 2002 – December 2013
PlaceBjørvika, Oslo, Norway
Selected debris2 pavement signs, acrylics, lights, 3 barracks

2016 – æDEG15, Barcode, Oslo

3 barracks and pavement sign, reused in project æDEG15, Oslo. (photo: Svein G. Kjøde)
3 barracks reused in project æDEG15, Oslo. (photo: Svein G. Kjøde)

2017 – Tenthaus Oslo

All spots we handle to collect from Bjørvika Informasjonssenter in 2013 –before becoming waste even if they were in perfect conditions–, were stored and later donated to Tenthaus Oslo, as we noticed they had the same lightning system. No idea if they used them or what they did with those spots.

2017>  – æStue, Bjørvika, Oslo

2 barracks and pavement sign reused in æStue (æHouse), Rostockgata 99, Oslo
photo: Thor Johansen © 2018
photo: Gonzalo Rivas (from the new Munch Museum –under construction–) 2018
photo: Didrick Stenersen – Visit Oslo © 2017

2019>  – æStudio

1 barrack (and a pavement sign( reused in æStudio (æHouse), Jordalgata 16, Oslo

2018>  – æStudio

æStudio
1 barrack, and a pavement sign reused in æStudio (æHouse), Grev Wedels Plass 1b, Oslo

2014>  – diverse projects, Oslo

2 Pavement signs from Bjørvika informasjonssenter, reused for diverse projects…