What is Adressaparken
The new outdoor space in the technology capital of Trondheim will be a vibrant laboratory for research and innovation, testing of new solutions, social debate and communication of knowledge related to art and technology.
Adressaparken was established when Adresseavisen moved into new facilities at Verftstomta. The technological infrastructure of the park is a joint cooperation project between Adresseavisen, Trondheim municipality, and NTNU. The park is a laboratory for researchers and students at NTNU.
Artist Wendy Ann Mansilla is hired to create Adressaparken's interactive art installation in the tunnel:
Using LED strips and pressure sensitive sensors, visitors are able to move around the tunnel, creating their own light and soundscape.
RGB Playspaces is supported by Norsk kulturråd.
The Adressaparken Vision
The park should be an open arena for trying new expressions and new, digital forms of narrative. It should be a place to play, explore and learn – and to wonder, experience and relax.
All visitors should be surprised and excited, through both experiences and participation. The contents and activities will be based on technology, media and art.
- Fall 2017:
- October 13: Artist talk: The new art installation in Adressaparken, with artist Joan Heemskerk.
- October 30: Artist talk: The new art installation in Adressaparken, with artists Hannah Mjølsnes and Mike Leisz.
- November 15: Artist talk: The new art installation in Adressaparken, with artist Joan Heemskerk.
- Adressaparken wins the NEM Art and Design competition 2016
Student film: ELSYS
What happens when you give a group of students a camera and ask them to film their project? This is their story.