Hello X is a story laboratory to collectively imagine X, a young woman 50 years into the future. The first season of hello X asks how human impacts on the Arctic ecosystem (think: climate change, pollution, industrial food production) might affect food webs and food culture for X in 2068.
The whale is created from marine litter found in the area of Troms, Northen Norway.
The exhibition included a virtual reality experience, a kinetic sculpture, holograms on mobile devices, a board game, a mobile story app, Xquisite, and two video installations.
Fram Centre scientists present their research on climate and the environment in the High North to the public at a well-attended event at Tromsø biblioteket
Talkaoke is a pop-up talk show in a democratic format that gives people a friendly and relaxed space to chat and discuss everything from the fun to the serious. The host keeps conversation flowing and lively.
Hvordan møter Tromsø sine nåværende og fremtidige utfordringer? Resiliens-kartet er et forsøk på å utforske det vi ønsker å gi slipp på, ta tilbake og beholde i Tromsø og omegn. Hovedintensjonen er å se på hvordan vi alle er knyttet sammen, kan reflektere over og ta bevisste kollektive valg i møte med utfordringer. Sammen kan…
Located on the central Tromsø waterfront between Polaria (arctic experience centre) and Polstjærna (historical seal-hunting boat), ‘Wave’ is a public art installation created in 2022 by Valentin Manz with support from Handelensmiljøfond and Norges Naturvernforbundet as part of an mission to reduce plastic waste. ‘Wave’ replaces the ‘Tavaha Whale’ sculpture by the same artist in…