- Uhre, Kjerstin|Dahl, Knut Eirik
Kjerstin Uhre is an architect MNAL currently finishing her PhD project in Arctic landscapes at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. Her thesis – The Perforated Landscape – addresses ongoing and contested transitions of outfield landscapes in Sápmi. She holds a diploma from the Bergen School of Architecture and has studied Philosophical Aesthetics at the University in Bergen. Uhre has built, exhibited, taught, debated, and published extensively and she is Director of Dahl & Uhre architects in Tromsø. She is a member of the research group ‘Place, Power and Mobility’ at the University in Tromsø – The Arctic University of Norway.
Triggered by European Union’s Raw Material Initiative and intensified resource mapping, a negotiation of the limits of exploitation is emerging; in it decision makers go to extremes in accepting environmental damage. This paper unfolds discourses on resource extraction from two cartographies representing the same territory with different names and worldviews... Read »
Arrangement: Internasjonalt Seminar Type arrangement: Seminar Utbredelsesområde: Norsk Arrangør: FN sambandet og Natur og Ungdom Sted: Tromsø Tidspunkt: 17.10.13 .. Read »
Possible Greenland fortæller historien om geologiske dannelsesprocesser i fortiden og om en mulig fremtid for landet som resurseleverandør i en ny geologisk æra – antropocene – menneskehedens tidsalder... Read »
‘DAHL: I think the notions Appearing and Disappearing landscapes and the notion To charge the landscape with new energy in all our projects have been related to different conceptions of landscape. In a sense a kind of explorative position of landscapes under pressure, searching for a terminology on its behalf so to speak... Read »
Letter to the editor, Tromsø paper Nordlys. january 12th 2013 ‘I høst var vi mange stumme vitner til at dialogenes by fremstod som samehetsens by. I selskap med mange andre som vanligvis er svært engasjert i spørsmål om Tromsøs utvikling, holdt jeg meg utenfor ordskiftet som fulgte byrådets beslutning om å trekke søknaden om innlemmelse i forvaltningsområdet for samisk språk... Read »
The AHO Future North team has met up locally in Kirkenes with our partners at the Barents Institute. This is our first joint visit to the Circumpolar North. Our project team has gathered together a diverse set of interests and competencies: landscape theory, architecture, interaction design, ethnography, political science, and narrative.