2019 Oslo Triennale, National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo, Norway
by Hunguta Collective (Khensani de Klerk, Tomà Berlanda, Nerea Amorós Elorduy, Tao Klitzner, Scott Lloyd, Maxwell Mutanda and Sunniva Viking), curated by Interrobang
As a multidisciplinary team our intention is to question how the concept of degrowth is understood in, and embodied across, the spatial practices of ecosystems in sub- Saharan Africa. Envisioned as an unconventional spatial experience allowing for multiple readings, the dynamic and interactive installation will offer the audience access to a collection of novel case studies. By challenging the reading of the South through the divisive lens of the colonial theodolite, the project presents a living atlas, a learning tool that subverts established modes of conceiving degrowth as an easily transported, translated, and imposed paradigm.