The project included pieces by Isaac Cordal and will offer conferences, workshops and film projections
Nuart has a new art project. It’s called Nuart RAD (River Art District) and it started in July in Oslo with the participation of the Spanish artist Isaac Cordal. The project celebrates the diversity of the four neighborhoods of the city that are divided by the Akerselva River: Nordre, Aker, Sagene, Grünerløkka and Gamle Oslo, and invites the communities to rediscover these areas by creating an “art trail” that crosses real and imaginary borders.
The project will span over three years and feature a series of artworks curated by Nuart along the Akerselva River, which crosses the center of Oslo. Nuart has been a platform for the most renowned street artists in the world.
Nuart RAD’s official launching will be in the fall and will offer conferences, film projections and workshops. The project is the most important event of the street art program by the municipality of Oslo that promotes graffiti and street art, which it considers contemporary art in public places.
Isaac Cordal’s work for Nuart RAD consisted of 21 miniature sculptures that were exhibited in Frysia, in the northern part of the city, all the way to Grønland in the south.