|Natural History Museum in Oslo|
a certain point in week 44 this November a situation involving a
florescent light at the Natural History Museum in Oslo started.
The far-from-world-altering event might still to this day be
fluctuating between states of undying and lifelessness. It might
even be that this unstably frozen point in time has not even come
to fruition yet. Maybe just knowing is enough. So that by the time
you read this, the flux might already be well-established, through
your partial knowing and unknowing of what lies beyond these
lines, and through this aligning itself with our state of
mundanity, so that it can seep out into our world, and be part of
an even larger idea, feeding on the nonsense of our everyday.
Ouroboros was here
|Jørgen Herleiksplass Lie|
|in itself/ of itself|
|NEW TIME 13:30|
Meet at Sognsvann Subway Station
There is one specific postcard from Oslo that dates back to 1975. The motive on the front is from a summers day at Sognsvann in Oslo, on the back she writes that they long for days like these.
|Benedicte Sundkvist Beldam|
|Nedre Blanksjø, just by the sculpture Ta på Oslos balansepunkt av Jon Gundersen|
|Something with stars turning. Something with pine cones falling. Perhaps an astrological reading.|
|Huk Badeplass Buss 30 Bygdøy via Bygdøynes til Huk (find the pier right across the very small hill at the bottom of the beach)|
|from belly button to belly button It is a gesture that relies on trust. It is a meeting happening at both ends of the Atlantic Ocean joined by the Gulf Stream. Ubiquitous site(ing) and deep listening. It is a meeting. Here and there – and no place at all and all places at once. Communication embedded to the land. from belly button to belly button|
|The Need To Tell You (Arecibo Revisited)|
| Wed, October 30th, 18.30-19.00 |
Fri, November 1st, 17.30-18.00
|RadioNova DAB (Oslo Student Radio) https://radionova.no|
happens when a thought is turned into language, given shape by
becoming text, image, music, just to be morphed once again into
zeroes and ones and squeezed through space, traveling vast
distances in an instant? How far do we reach? How can we possibly
tell an unknown receiver far away anything at all? Still there is
a need to tell you.
sound piece based on an updated version of the so-called Arecibo
Message. Performed by Eirin Øgård Kinn. Recorded at Skarmyra
Allaktivitetshus, Moss. Broadcast twice during week 44 by the Oslo
based student radio station RadioNova.