a) Sunday Sept 24th 2006
Bunker Tour Ørland
Guided tour with Erik Hårberg and Erik Ettrup to fortification structures in Ørland.
For more information see here.
|Benjamin Meyer-Krahmer and Maria Nome Doyle / “Atlantik Walk”|
|Maria and Benjamin gave an introduction to the workshop and presented “Atlantik Walk” to the audience.|
|Knut Sivertsen / Politiet: Dora 1+2, Submarine Headquarter Trondheim|
|The strategic importance of Trondheim as Marine Headquarter during WWII, the complex and difficult building of Dora I and II and the key events on the Nyhavna during and directly after the war were presented and illustrated with extensive photographic material.
|Arild Kalkvik / Bygg:Larm: workshops + seminar in preparation of “by:Larm” 2007|
|Arild talked about bygg:Larm and by:Larm as examples of urban development in a creative and innovative context. Besides dealing with Dora a new way of cooperation between urban developers, private and public real estate owners and creative people should be generated.
|Geir K.Hansen / NTNU Institutt for byggekunst|
|Geir presented results of a student seminar about “metamorphosis” - changing Dora 2 into a new space by ways of transformation, transmutation, change of form, shape or character.
|Knut Wik / Sør-Trøndelag Fylkeskommune ”Kulturbunker Dora 2014”|
|The longterm project ”Kulturbunker Dora 2014” consists of several steps leading to a transformation of the bunker into an area of cultural activity.
|Paal Mehlum and Svein Carstens / Dora AS: The Dora project|
|As the representative of Dora AS, the owner of the bunkers, Svein presented the short- and longterm plans for the bunkers and the surrounding area.
|Marianne Neerland Soleim / Falstadsenteret: The Falstadsenteret project|
|Through the activites at Falstadsenteret concerning the history of imprisonment during World War II and Human Rights, it may as a Memorial contribute to a broader perspective on history. This could be illustrated by the history of the Soviet Prisoners of war at Falstad.
|Ragnar Jenssen / Ørland kommune: WWII Structures Ørland, Austrått Fort|
|In a profound depiction of fortification structures in Ørland kommune Ragnar told the audience about the history and function of bunkers in the area around Trondheim.
|Bernt Brevik / Museum Kystens Arv og Stiftelsen Hysnes|
|The huge former defence structure called Hysnes Fort is planned to be transformed into a rehabilitation center, "Nasjonalt Mestingssenter", including setups for a wide variety of artistic activity.
|Thomas Brandt / FAROS (NTNU)|
|Taking the FAROS-project “Techne” as an example, Thomas explained how the Atlantikwall could be seen as a built structure executing fear and control.
|Eir Grytli / NTNU Institutt for byggekunst, historie og teknologi: Kristianstens Festning – student seminar Building Conservation|
|Eir gave us an introduction of the aims and parameters of this project, investigating the land surrounding the middle-aged fortress, before one of her students presented us with his group’s site investigations and specific approach.
|Johan Fredrik Urnes and Per Formo / Trøndelag senter for samtidskunst|
|”Generator” is a project supposed to exhibit works of art in public spaces. It was presented by Johan Fredrik from Senter for Samtidskunst and the artist Per Fomo. "Generator" is a project intended to promote art in public spaces. It integrates an art dissemination programme that seeks to invite the public to participation and involvement and help establish Trondheim as a city of contemporary culture. Invited artists include Tadashi Kawamata, Katya Sander and Apolonija Sustersic.