AGORA: Boundary Conditions

An installation by Natasha Barrett and OCEAN NORTH
Oslo Central Station 24th May - 19th June 2002

Photographs from Oslo S
AGORA-electroacoustic opera-theatre
Boundary Conditions is an installation which transcends the borders between auditory and physical spaces - sound and architecture. The installation spreads above, below and around a bridge, in the centre of the main departure hall at the Oslo Central Station.

Boundary Conditions can be experienced in many ways - by moving around and through the physical structure, by standing in the centre of the eight loudspeakers above the bridge, or by briefly sampling the space on each journey through the station.

More information

Poster (pdf)

Concept and project leaders: Natasha Barrett and Birger Sevaldson
Installation: OCEAN NORTH : Birger Sevaldson, Tuuli Sotamaa, Michael Hensel
Composition and programming: Natasha Barrett
Project team: Øyvind Hammer, Are Nielsen, Markus Høy-Pedersen, Hanne Marte Holmøy, Ambjørn Viking, Sylvia LeSoil, Heidi Leren, Dan Sevaldson, Svein Berge.
Production: Rom for kunst: Mesén as
Rigging: All Productions, Håkon Klemtsen

AGORA: Boundary Conditions is supported by: Fond for Lyd og Bilde, Norsk Kulturråd, Celexa, NoTAM and Abry Design

The original AGORA theatre project was initiated by BEK.