Mar. 12, 2017
The Hardbakka Ruins Project has recently launched the open call for its 5th and final year workshop and exhibition program. For this occasion, participants are invited to consider the relationship between…[read on]
Article by Dorrell Merritt in Berlin; Tuesday, Mar. 8, 2016
The Hardbakka Ruins project is an annual site specific art workshop, focusing on architectural ruins of military, industrial and agricultural structures within Bergen, Norway. The project, is now…[read on]
Blog post – in Berlin; Tuesday, Mar. 17, 2015.
For this year’s workshop and exhibition, Hardbakka Ruins Project relocates to the city of Bergen. Keeping the Hardbakka Ruins in mind…[read on…]
Blog post – in Berlin; Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014.
This autumn, ON/OFF
introduced the BOULEvard ball on the streets of Brussels during the Kanal Playground Festival
(September 17-21)…[read on…]
Blog post – in Berlin; Sunday, Nov. 09, 2014.
In 1925 Walter Gropius
published Internationale Architektur
, a photographic survey of what he considered the iconic feats of modern architecture at the time. Alongside images of Bauhaus buildings – the Meisterhäuser and school building in Dessau among them…[read on…]
Blog post by Alison Hugill – in Berlin; Monday, Apr. 21, 2014.
Since the 1990s there has been a considerable push in art practice towards socially-engaged, participatory methods. Instead of removing art from the ‘useless’ domain of aesthetics and relocating it into praxis or politics, this year’s Hardbakka Ruins Project
aims to think about art as existing in an ambiguous territory that deals with complex social concerns like political engagement, affect, inequality, class, narcissism, and social norms….[read on…]
Blog post by Angela Connor – in Berlin; Tuesday, February 26, 2013.
Curators Dan Dorocic and Alison Hugill are inviting artists to participate in their exhibition FUTURE RUINS: Obsolescence & Inoperativity from May 23-25, 2013 in the former grain silo at the Bergen Arkitektskole (BAS), Norway.[read on…]
Article by Alison Hugill, video production by Dan Dorocic and Alison Hugill in Berlin; Saturday, May 19, 2012.
Amid debates over future uses for the soon-defunct Tegel airport, and on the eve of the 2012 London Summer Olympics, architectural collective raumlaborberlin and three-theatre ensemble Hebbel am Ufer (HAU) have joined forces to critically reinterpret the meaning of the traditional World Fair…[read on…]