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31.04.2023, 12:00 -14:00

at KUNSTHALL 3,14, Public Space & City Hall

LKunsthall 3,14 has invited the Congolese storyteller Irene Kinunda Afriyie and Solveig Moldrheim from the Raftostiftelsen to enter into a dialogue with objects from the past through a city walk.
Attendance: Kunsthall 3.14. We start with a tour of the Re-Monument exhibition before continuing out to the playwriter Ludwig Holberg monument on Vågsallmenningen, then into the City Hall where we will meet the controversial Mathias Blumenthal painting 'Justitia' from 1762. The walk ends there.
The event is free and open to everyone.

Irene Kinunda Afriyie is a humorous, honest, and fearless voice who reflects on her place in Norwegian society. She is a guest speaker in Bergens Tidende and has previously stated in the local press that she does not want either Holberg or the painting removed. Irene is a versatile artist and social debater who for several years has been an important profile in the diversity concept Fargespill and was, among other things, a soloist at the Nobel Concert in 2018. She has had a number of appearances on TV and radio such as the election series Irene's Choice, the solo show Kongo -Norge 2-2, and presenter of NRK's classic Norway Rundt Christmas broadcast.

Solveig Moldrheim works at the Rafto Foundation. Moldrheim has spent a lot of time thinking about how to deal with prejudice, group hostility, racism, and abuse. How we can best talk about it, and not least how to teach children and young people about controversial topics. Rafto Stiftelsen works with perhaps one of the most crucial things for the future, namely looking after our democracy and our human rights.

12:00 - 12:20 – Guided tour in Kunsthall 3,14 exhibition Re Monument

12:20 - 12:45 -  Visiting the  playwriter Ludwig Holberg monument 
12.45-– 14:00  Visiting the controversial Mathias Blumenthal painting 'Justitia' from 1762 at the City Hall

Free entrance

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