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Søknadsfrist 25.02.2018  

Svar 9. mars

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Tenthaus Spring Depot er en juryert utstilling som vil vise verk fra 45 kunstnere. Vi søker kunstverk som kan plasseres i et hyllesystem på Tenthaus Oslo. Hver hylle har mål 77 x 40.5 x 35 cm (l x b x h). Alle antatte kunstnere må selv kunne levere arbeidet personlig på Tenthaus hvor de vil møte en elev fra Hersleb videregående skole avd. for grunnskoleopplæring.

Ved siden av dokumentasjonsfoto og en kort og enkel beskrivelse, skal søknaden omfatte navn, tittel, teknikk, årstall, størrelse og forsikringsverdi. Søknaden sendes som PDF med maks 2 A4 sider.

Juryen vil bestå av elever fra Hersleb skole, og de vil velge verk på grunnlag av innsendt informasjon, med assistanse fra Tenthaus Oslo.

Verk som er antatt av juryen skal leveres på en av tre datoer. Elever fra Hersleb skole tar i mot arbeidet og finner sammen med kunstneren en plass i hyllesystemet.
Personlig innlevering på en av disse dagene:
- fre 16. mars, kl. 12.15 - 13.45
- man 19. mars, kl. 09.00 - 11.30
- tir 20. mars, kl. 09.00 - 11.30

Tenthaus Spring Depot er en utstilling som er utviklet rundt en ramme av hyller, opprinnelig et kunstverk av Stefan Schröder med tittelen Archive. My thoughts, your actions (2013), som ble vist på Norsk Skulpturbiennale og også på Tenthaus Oslo som Spring Depot i 2015 i en utstilling kuratert av Rachel Dagnall. 

For spørsmål vennligst kontakt springdepot2018@tenthaus.n

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OPEN CALL

Spring Depot 2018

22.03-22.04

Opening 22.03
Deadline for submission 25.02
Results announced Friday 9 March 

NB – Personal delivery to Tenthaus Oslo required. Delivery times below 


What would we like you to do to? 
We are not looking for the perfect work but a work that shows that you are working towards something. It can be a small object, a sketch, a model, a work that is a prototype or just something you never thought you would show but now have the opportunity. 
Find an art work lying around in your studio that will fit into Tenthaus Spring Depot at Tenthaus Oslo. The shelves have uniform spaces of 77 x 40.5 x 35 cm. 

SSubmit an image of the work and information of size, title, insurance value, your name and short description of the work to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Only one work per artist. It’s important that the text about the work is short (max 100 words) and easy to understand. The text can be in either Norwegian (preferably) or in English. Send your application as a PDF in max 2 A4.

About the project 
We need artists, the experts of the art world, to take part in an artwork where we envisage as a moment of trust between the artist and a person with arbitrary knowledge of contemporary art. 
The works on show in Tenthaus Spring Depot will be part of a whole physical structure filling Tenthaus Oslo. Mimicking the storage space of a larger museum, the shelving unit will dominate the space. A depot is a place in which supplies are stored for distribution. In a depot, material is received, classified, stored, accounted for, issued, maintained, procured, manufactured, assembled, researched, salvaged and disposed of. The notion of the depot suggests a state of both transition and storage, where the given perimeters offered for exhibiting smaller scale art works are not ones that optimize the works on show, but rather present the potential of each piece. 

During the process of installing the artworks, there will be possibilities to explore new understandings of the installation process itself and a way in which art is understood. We hope to encourage dialogues about what your art is and how it is shown, in collaboration with the other participants. 
We will document the process so that it will be available for the opening. 

The artworks for the Tenthaus Spring Depot will be selected by Tenthaus Artist Collective with input from Hersleb school students. 

IMPORTANT 
Personal delivery 
The selected works must be delivered personally by the artist to Tenthaus Oslo, Maridalsveien 3, at one of these scheduled times – 
Friday 16 March kl. 12.15-13.45
Monday 19 March kl. 9.00-11.30 
Tuesday 20 March kl. 09.00-11.30 

Mandate to install 
The artist will give her artwork to a student from Hersleb school who will be responsible for installing your work in a shelving system. 

Collection 
Tenthaus Oslo is a small space and has no capacity to store works. You must confirm that you are able to collect your work 
If you have any questions, contact us at springdepot2018@tenthaus.n


Tenthaus Oslo is a project space initiated by Oslo based artists Helen Eriksen, Ebba Moi and Stefan Schröder. Tenthaus Oslo's profile is characterized by an open, process-oriented form of participation from an internationally orientated group of artists. The context of contemporary art practice is re-examined through a broader field of activity with exhibitions, workshops, artist's talks and live performances. 
More information about Tenthaus: www.tenthaus.no 

The shelving units, were originally part of an artwork by Stefan Schröder entitled Archive, my thoughts, your actions (2013) exhibited at the Vigeland Museum as part of the Norwegian Sculpture Biennial. In 2015, Tenthaus Oslo commissioned Rachel Dagnell to curate Spring Depot, an exhibition that filled the shelves with works by artists working locally in Oslo. The concept has now been redeveloped to include Winter Depot at Gallery Box in Gothenburg (2018) and Spring Depot (2018) at Tenthaus Oslo.

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27. februar kl 18:00

Tenthaus Oslo, Maridalsveien 3

Hummus حمص, Baba ganoush بابا عنوج og Muhammara محمرة er noe av det du kan få lage og smake på Det er hardt å være araber sitt andre arrangement på Tenthaus Oslo
Velkommen til matlaging, matsnakk og arabisk musikk! Du får høre om noen av historiene bak maten og høre på dronningene av arabisk musikk: Oum Kalthoum og Fairuz. 

Om programmet "Det er hardt å være araber"
"Det er hardt å være araber" er et prosjekt initiert av Motaz al Habbash i samarbeid med Tenthaus Oslo. I løpet av 2018 ønsker vi at nordmenn og andre blir kjent med arabisk kultur gjennom blant annet musikk, kunst, film og språk.
Motaz al Habbash er selv fra Palestina og har bodd i Oslo siden 2014. Han jobber med film- og kunstprosjekter i Norge og Palestina.


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27. February  18:00 o'clock 

Tenthaus Oslo, Maridalsveien 3


Hummus حمص, Baba ganoush بابا عنوج and Muhammara محمرة are some of the things you can make and taste. It's hard to be Arabs' second event at Tenthaus Oslo.
Welcome to cooking, chit chat and Arabic music! You will hear about some of the stories behind the food and listen to the queens of Arabic music: Oum Kalthoum and Fairuz.

About "It's hard to be an Arab"
"It's hard to be Arabs" is a project initiated by Motaz al Habbash in cooperation with Tenthaus Oslo. In 2018 we would like Norwegians and others to become more familiar with Arabic culture through music, art, film and language.
Motaz al Habbash is from Palestine and has lived in Oslo since 2014. He works with film and art projects in Norway and Palestine.

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Tenthaus Winter Depot
Galleri Box

Opening 19th of January 2018.

The exhibition is open 19.1 – 11.2 2018 

About the project
We need artists, the experts of the art world, to take part in an art work where we envisage as a moment of trust between the artist and a person with arbitrary knowledge of contemporary art

What would we like you to do?

Find an art work lying around in your studio that will fit into Tenthaus Winter Depot at Box. We are not looking for the perfect work but a work that shows that you are working towards something. It can be a small object, a sketch, a model, a work that is a prototype or just something you never thought you would show but now have the opportunity. 

We would like you to come personally to Box, at a pre-arranged time Thursday 18.th of January 2018, with an artwork that you will hand over to a language student who will place your work in a shelving system. The shelves have uniform spaces of 77 x 40.5 x 35 cm.

During the process of installing the art works there will be possibilities to explore new understandings of the installation process itself and a way in which art is understood. We hope to encourage dialogues about what your art is and how it is shown, in collaboration with the other participants.

The works on show in Tenthaus Winter Depot will be part of a whole physical structure filling Galleri Box. Mimicking the storage space of a larger museum, the shelving unit will dominate the space. A depot is a place in which supplies are stored for distribution. In a depot, material is received, classified, stored, accounted for, issued, maintained, procured, manufactured, assembled, researched, salvaged and disposed of. The notion of the depot suggests a state of both transition and storage, where the given perimeters offered for exhibiting smaller scale art works are not ones that optimize the works on show, but rather present the potential of each piece.  

We will document the process so that it will be available on the evening of 19th January 2018 at Gallery Box.

Tenthaus Oslo is a project space initiated by Oslo based artists Helen Eriksen, Ebba Moi and Stefan Schröder. Tenthaus Oslo's profile is characterized by an open, process-oriented form of participation from an internationally orientated group of artists. The context of contemporary art practice is re-examined through a broader field of activity with exhibitions, workshops, artist's talks and live performances.

If you would like to be part of this project or even if you have some questions please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. before 6 January 2017. Please send us a pdf of the work you would like us to show, size, title, insurance value and of course your name.


* Winter Depot is an exhibition developed around a framework of shelving units, originally an art work by Stefan Schröder entitled Archive. My thoughts, your actions (2013) that was installed at the Vigeland´s Museum for the Norwegian Sculpture Biennial. These shelving units will now be installed at the artist run space BOX, transforming the entire gallery into an storage space for art.

 

 

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Image from Gaza Surf Club film

Tuesday 23th of Januar 2018

Address: Maridalsveien 3, 0178 Oslo

 

Welcome to the screening of Gaza Surf Club followed by conversations with some of the surfers in Gaza. Get to know another side of Gaza through the surfers and the beach life.

This first event of It's Hard to be an Arab by Motaz al Habbash, who will have monthly events at Tenthaus Oslo.

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Máret Ánne Sara, Pile o'Sápmi (2017)

Photo: Mathias Vöelzke.
Installation detail Máret Ánne Sara, Pile o’ Sápmi (2017), Neue Neue Galerie, Kassel Dokumenta 14