Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism 2017

Transborder Studio has been invited by the curators Hyungmin Pai and Alejandro Zaera-Polo to exhibit at the Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism. Under the title of “Imminent Commons,” the Seoul Biennale 2017 will explore the themes of 10 commons— air, water, energy and earth, and connecting, making, moving, recycling, sensing and sharing. About the project: Oslo is Norway’s capital city placed between two large and diverse organic landscapes (the fjord and the forest). These biotopes represent an important and underused resource for the city. The agenda for our project is to unveil the hidden potentials found in

the fauna and flora of Oslo, and to connect them to a growing network of urban food production. Combining botanical art and mapping, the installation records the edible creatures of Oslo as well as local producers, showing an alternative portrait of the city.

The project is a collaboration between Transborder Studio and Korean botanist Soyoung Lee.

Type: Exhibition

Client: Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism

Date: 2017

Status: Opens September 2017

Team: Øystein Rø, Espen Røyseland, Margrete Bjone Engelien, Gauthier Durey, Fredrikke Frølich, Tuva Øvsthus Maire

Collaborators: Soyoung Lee

Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism 2017

Transborder Studio has been invited by the curators Hyungmin Pai and Alejandro Zaera-Polo to exhibit at the Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism. Under the title of “Imminent Commons,” the Seoul Biennale 2017 will explore the themes of 10 commons— air, water, energy and earth, and connecting, making, moving, recycling, sensing and sharing. About the project: Oslo is Norway’s capital city placed between two large and diverse organic landscapes (the fjord and the forest). These biotopes represent an important and underused resource for the city. The agenda for our project is to unveil the hidden potentials found in the fauna and flora of Oslo, and to connect them to a growing network of urban food production. Combining botanical art and mapping, the installation records the edible creatures of Oslo as well as local producers, showing an alternative portrait of the city.

The project is a collaboration between Transborder Studio and Korean botanist Soyoung Lee.

Type: Exhibition

Client: Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism

Date: 2017

Status: Opens September 2017

Team: Øystein Rø, Espen Røyseland, Margrete Bjone Engelien, Gauthier Durey, Fredrikke Frølich, Tuva Øvsthus Maire

Collaborators: Soyoung Lee