KUNSTHALL 3,14 is reopened

Dear users of Kunsthall 3,14


We warmly welcome you back!


The exhibitions Banco by SUNAH CHOI, Dalen by ÅSE LØVGREN & STINE GONSHOLT as well as A Financial Story by ARTHUR HUREAU are extended until 09 August, and can be visited Wednesday-Sunday between 11-16.

The projects can be seen as part of a shared dialogue that can form one, two or more stories together or individually. The various works are in their own distinct way overlapping and intertwined. They invite us to ask questions and to evaluate the social and cultural characteristics of money, global interaction, production and trade.

We take appropriate precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 by limiting the number of visitors in compliance with public health agency recomendations, and we ask visitors to keep a good distance from each other and the gallery´s staff. 


Kjære brukere av Kunsthall 3,14

Vi ønsker dere hjertelig velkommen tilbake!

Utstillingene Banco med SUNAH CHOI, Dalen med ÅSE LØVGREN & STINE GONSHOLT samt A Financial Story med ARTHUR HUREAU er forlenget frem til og med 09. august og kan besøkes onsdag-søndag mellom 11-16

Prosjektene kan sees på som om de inngår i en delt dialog som kan danne en, to eller flere historier sammen eller hver for seg. De ulike verkene er på sin egen distinkte måte overlappende og sammenflettet. De inviterer oss til å stille spørsmål og å vurdere de sosiale og kulturelle egenskapene til penger, global interaksjon, produksjon og handel.

Alle smittevern-hensyn tas, vi ber besøkende holde god avstand, og vi begrenser antallet besøkende slik at dette lett kan overholdes. 




"The Anti terror Tour"

04.09. - 25.10.2020

Høstens program på Kunsthall 314 åpner med Peter Voss-Knude (dk). Utstillingen vil bestå av tidligere og nye arbeider om synlige og usynlige ‘terror’. En utstilling som særlig diskuterer det verden har stått ovenfor dette året. Peter Voss-Knude har over mange år arbeidet i krysnings feltet kunst, politikk og antropologi.


Voss-Knude har et særlig fokus på statens fokus på terror og hvordan beredskapen innrettes etter valgte frykt-bilder som ikke først og fremst baserer seg på faktuell analyse. Utstillingen inkluderer verk fra hans avgangsprosjekt på KMD og arbeider fra utstillingen ‘The Anti-Terror Album’, som ble vist på Samtidsmuseum i Roskilde denne våren.

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18-19 September 2020


Project descriptions

'In First Person' by the company 71BODIES is a choreographic and multidisciplinary project initiated by Daniel Mariblanca in collaboration with the filmmaker Ursula Kaufmann, inspired and performed by transgender people from Norway and abroad. Through exploring and connecting different art forms with research and the academic perspective, the project gives space and visibility to personal transgender experiences with the aim to elaborate and deepen discussions about gender identity, collective transgender history, and social norms.


Transgender identities are not only influenced by gender experiences. They are intersected by other factors such as family and community support, educational access, internalized dysphoria, personal dreams, age, health, work opportunities, nationality, class and access to medical treatments. These factors and more are defining how transgender people are included and function in society. They also directly and indirectly affect the individual choices related to existing in a social construction. To understand the complexity of our transgender existences one must be aware of the relationship our societal connections create on the spectrum of gender diversity within the trans community.


'In First Person' is a trans life project consisting of three singular pieces that function apart while simultaneously creating one coherent work. The House [Digital], The Festival and The Dance are all integral to 'In First Person'.


'In First Person' is produced in collaboration with BIT Teatergarasjen, Carte Blanche, Kunsthall 3,14, KRAFT and What You See Festival.




The House [Digital] consists of ten episodes inspired, created and performed by a cast of nine transgender protagonists. The episodes will be streamed from different locations in and around Bergen, reflecting on how transgender bodies exist in physical and non-physical social spaces.


Through dance, performance, film, personal stories and select locations, 'In First Person: The House' [Digital] will offer the audience unique narratives around how our transgender identities influence public spaces and question the codes in those spaces. In the course of the ten episodes we will invite you to live with us, share our experiences and engage with us through an interactive format. We aim to explore as well as challenge the connections and differences between personal, intimate, public, political and collective spaces where transgender people exist and live.


The House [Digital] will premiere online 4–8 and 11–15 August 2020.



The Festival is a two-day event curated by Daniel Mariblanca/71BODIES. The goal is to disseminate and expand the knowledge about the transgender community from an academic and theoretical perspective, with the hope to enrich and generate other narratives in our structural imaginarium about gender and especially the transgender spectrum.


The Festival includes lectures, performance lectures and panel discussions with professor and activist Susan Stryker, LGBTQIA+ family rights lawyer Erik Mägi, activist Charlie Black and artist and activist Mathilde Decaen, among others.

This is a free event, hosted by Kunsthall 3,14 and KRAFT.


The Festival will be arranged 18–19 September 2020.



The Dance will premier during Oktoberdans 2020, with a limited audience of 20 people per performance. This multidisciplinary, collaborative performance will be an intimate manifestation of the topics discussed in the streamed episodes of The House [Digital], and mirrors the discussions of The Festival. The audience will join nine transgender protagonists on a journey of erasing the boundaries between trans/not trans, performers/audience and stage/home, and experience the performance in first person. Playing with ideas of reality and fiction, consequences of choices, and what bodies are represented on stage, the performance proposes another way of producing beauty and generating desire. The Dance wishes to include, involve and acknowledge the society as a whole, and create a space where we have the courage to enter into the darkness and colour each other’s’ grey areas. In times of social distancing, we aim for intimacy.


The Dance will premiere 24–25 October 2020.



Vaagsallmennigen 12, 5014 Bergen, Norway