Side events


Hege Tapio

Exhibition opening Thursday April 20th – 1800-2000 in TEKS.Studio  
Open 21.04. – 23.04.2023 1200-16:00
Humanoil is presented as an extreme luxury product that plays on long historical and mythical references, highlighting the human being as a natural resource in itself.



Yaniya Mikhalina

11.03. - 23.04.2023 in Trondheim Kunstmuseum (Bispegata)

Wednesday 1200-2000

Thursday - Sunday 1200-1600

Trondheim kunstmuseum is proud to present the exhibition Sisterless by the Tatar-Russian artist Yaniya Mikhalina. The exhibition follows her artistic PhD project that revolves around practicing, conceptualizing and imagining feminist and decolonial filmmaking and the ways in which reality represents, produces and distorts subjectivities. The title, Sisterless, comes from the central work in the exhibition, a documentary film about Albina, a young Tatar woman who dreamed of becoming a psychoanalyst. The film is a feminist commentary on the relationships between mental health, contemporary political events and the consequences of post-Soviet displacement and ongoing repression.
In addition, the exhibition presents two video installations dealing with different strategies of working with historical footage in a present tense: Comrades, How Long will You Torment Us? was made shortly after the beginning of the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine and consists of an edited version of an early 90s TV show that gave place to people all over the newly dissolved country to voice their opinions. In the Volga-Ural Sky is a newly produced work juxtaposing sounds and images from family archives of indigenous people of the Volga-Ural region (Tatars, Miçars, Bashkirs, Chuvash, Udmurt, to name those appearing in the work) with Soviet avant-garde fiction and documentary films’ representation of them.
As such, the exhibition serves as a meeting point between intergenerational traumas, female guilt, colonial temporalities, indigenous womanhood, and expired citizenships. 


More Meat Less Meat

Chicks on Speed, Center for Genomic Gastronomy

15.02. – 30.04.2023 Trondheim Kunstmuseum (Gråmølna)

Wednesday - Sunday 1200-1600

MORE MEAT LESS MEAT… is an exhibition of alternative food futures and multi-species encounters exploring the theme of meat and climate change in Norway. The exhibition features multi-sensory artworks by: Chicks On Speed  & The Center for Genomic Gastronomy and was created in conversation with the Meatigation academic research project.