For this work, Matthew Berka and I created a performative and spatialized video documentary – the subject of the work being the location, the people, the spaces, and the operations of Oslo Kunstforening and the consent of its public and its staff to be video recorded and to become a part of the permanent archive of the institution. The exhibition required us to be in attendance and making work throughout the exhibition’s opening hours.

The strategies that we proposed turned the institution inside out – operationally and spatially, providing access to the public and providing a working studio to the artists. This work actively rethought how a cultural institution can function.