In the article “Oslo Architecture Triennale 2019: business can no longer be as usual” writer Lucy Sullivant describes the intense multidisciplinary teamwork ‘Landscape Healing’ and other projects underlining the theme ‘degrowth’ at this years triennale.
“The benign value of central government ending its destructive environmental activities is poignantly conveyed in the triennale by Landscape Healing, an excellent cinematic documentary by British director Richard John Seymour with Bergen-based architects 3RW, screened at the DOGA centre, billed as ‘the largest act of rewilding in Norway’.”
The documentary is on show until the 24th of November at the triennale’s permanent exhibition The Library at the National Museum in Oslo.
Exhibition view, The Library, The National Museum. Photo: OAT / Istvan Virag