Our 2021 program focuses on the relationship between art, science, and food. Together with artists, researchers and scientists, NOBA will take a deep dive into Food + Bioart through exhibitions, workshops, symposiums, cross-disciplinary talks, performance, and more.
We see Bioart’s creative, critical and hands-on approach to life sciences as an important contribution to the climate and environmental crisis . Environmental and social challenges can be complex and frightening. By creating a dialogue with the audience, art projects help to spread the knowledge, ignite public interest and inspire debates in an original way.
Kicking off June 18, we will introduce a new artist every Friday until August 9. Learn more about Norwegian artists, sustainable gastronomy, and the link between art and science by following Norwegian BioArt Arena – NOBA on Instagram and #NOBA_DishOfTheDay.
Exhibition Period: June 18 – August 9
Exhibition Curator: Adam Bartley
June 18 – June 21
David Stenmark – Urban salad: queen Ingrid Espelid
June 25 – June 28
Roland van Dierendonck – Everything eats and is eaten
July 2 – July 5
Annike Flo – s h i f t salon
July 9 – July 12
Kvae and Bark – «Et flytende måltid» (A floating meal)
July 16 – July 19
Karolina Bieszczad-Stie – The Last Supper
July 23 – July 26
Zane Cerpina & Stahl Stenslie – The Anthropocene Feast
July 30 – August 2
Center for Genomic Gastronomy – TO FLAVOUR OUR TEARS
August 6 – August 9
Anja Carr – Soup (Bigeye fish)