28.07.19 From the overall journey this summer, Migrant Car has not been supervised during the nights, where potential unseen happenings has taking part of the project that tells a story of its own.
26.07.19 As a part of Tiril Floms co-project Albertine, she got creative assistance from illustrator Olav Tokerud who drew these amazing illustrations, capturing the essence of the old Oslo city center.
20.07.19 On saturdays at Oslo Biennalen headquarters there is still workshop for kids going on. You can make your own Migrant Car prototype out of cardboard. This last Saturday Eddie King was visiting. What a pleasant sight! Remember to check out the film at his workshop at Grünerløkka. You can read more about it in […]
19.07.19 Once more the car has been denied in certain areas in Oslo car-free zone, one of the more surveillant places in the city indeed. The car was prohibited from going through Aker Brygge area because the area is mainly private, said Tiril from Albertine project. “We only just got through the fence, before we […]
18.07.19 The journey of Albertine project continued to Nobel Peace Centre last Thursday. Tiril and her co-host met locals who recognized the Migrant Car from the newspapers Dagsavisen. Albertine project continued discussing the history of Oslo in context to the developments and changes that has happened and which is still happening in the area. “A […]
16.07.19 On the second day of Albertine project the focus went towards the history of Oslo itself, mainly in the now so-called car-free zone. “Today we stood at the bottom of the steps by Kronprinsesse Märthas plass by the City Hall. The goal for today was to talk about how the city has changed, from […]
15.07.19 On the 15th the Albertine project started its public journey of mediating some of the local history in Oslo. As a known fellow, the Migrant Car will participating this fiveday journey. The first day started out mediating the Albertine relief. Here Tiril the mediator met many tourists being intrigued not only by the local […]
12.07.19 “Music is powerful. Yesterday was a day full of encounters, we stayed with the car next to the ferries, moving it back and forth a couple of times. I played music from Vietnam, Syria, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Poland, Turkey, Somalia, and more. During the day I collected both songs from the passerby and personal stories.” […]
08.07.19 “Now when I travel abroad, it seems so easy. Going from one country to the other with car makes me recognize the freedom that is actually often taken for granted.” Marielle Kalldal