On 6 November, 8 new light-based installations from an international roster of artists will flicker into life on the Oslo waterfront, each one a response to the curatorial theme – the Anthropocene. Through light and colour, projection-mapping and movement, these visionary works reflect on the relationship between humanity and the natural world, while also offering viewers a powerful, positive – and free – experience of art.
Co-founder of the festival Anastasia Isachsen will also contribute a new commission, Monad.
Fjord Oslo 2020 will feature new commissions and major artworks, such as Luke Jerram’s Gaia which has travelled worldwide. Photo by Michael Jones at Bluedot in 2018.
Polish artist Elsa Tomkowiak is one of the many international participants of the festival
About Fjord Oslo
Fjord Oslo is a free contemporary art festival that transforms the Norwegian capital’s cultural quarter into a vast outdoor exhibition, open to all. Bringing together an international programme of renowned artists, this annual celebration offers a visually spectacular and conceptually wide-ranging exploration of light-based art. Read more