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Hausmania Kulturhus

PRAXIS Residency Open Sharing: Kristina L. Høydal

Join Kristina L. Høydal in a sharing her work during the third PRAXIS Residency week Friday 15th of December 15:00-17:00! The event is free.

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PRAXIS Residency Open Sharing: Kristina L. Høydal
PRAXIS Residency Open Sharing: Kristina L. Høydal

Time & Location

15. des. 2023, 15:00 – 17:00

Hausmania Kulturhus, Hausmanns gate 34, 0182 Oslo, Norway


About the event

Celebrating our 10th anniversary in 2023 and the opening of our new studio, we want to offer four residencies between October and December to different artists or artist groups. The residencies include one week, Monday to Friday from 12:00-17:00, of free workspace in PRAXIS Oslo’s 83 sqm studio space in Hausmania, ending with an open sharing on the last day.

Kristina L. Høydal will share her artistic work in relation to "TRIKOLOR".

There is free access to the sharing, but registration is required.

At Hausmania,

Free entry, RSVP required.

Meeting 14:45 at Hausmania's back gates (behind Vega Scene).


During the week Kristina will be exploring how to produce material for her project withworking title TRIKOLOR, hopefully developing some methods. It’s a continuation of the work from Dans/5 in 2022. Connecting to russian culture and exploring how it affects her on a personal level is a big part of this project. Also; hardbass!

The open sharing will be a mini workshop based on what she has been doing during the week and will be used to help her further in the process. Come with clothes you can move in and something to write with!


Kristina Lvova Høydal is a Norwegian-Russian dance artist from Deknepollen, Kinn, who graduated from Kristiania University College in 2021 with a bachelor's in modern and contemporary dance. She is based and works freelance in Oslo. Kristina has since graduation worked with Øyteateret, Kristine Nilsen Oma, Putli Hellesen, Gard Lervang, Ida Uvaas and Shahrzad Malekian. The latest project STIM by Uvaas and Malekian.

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