Wrap is a centre for artistic production and communication, which provides a wide range of facilities to professional artists, on a project-to-project basis. Wrap is artist-run, but none of our facilities are exclusively reserved for any particular artist. Our tools and spaces are maintained and organised by knowledgeable professionals and our prices are subsidised in order to reflect the means of most artists, and to maintain an inclusive profile.
We also initiate and curate various artistic projects that we believe benefit the artistic communities surrounding the centre.
Before the Easter holiday, we were very proud to present a new Søndagskrydder event which contained a responsibly distanced jam with 7 musicians and 7 dancers in 4 different rooms, an interview about recycling and reuse in different industries, and a cookery course with Shruti Karkhanis!
In this episode of Wrap TV, Leo Preston talks us through Wrap’s streaming and video production equipment, showing some examples of recent projects, before going on to show and explain the equipment it’s self.
In 2020 Wrap invested in new streaming and video production equipment, as well as digital infrastructure that enables a huge variety of new possibilities for interdisciplinary art, real-time collaboration and improved workflows in complex project settings. These upgrades were made possible due to support from Arts Council Norway’s ARENA fund, as well as various pandemic compensation and stimulation funds. We are also installing acoustic treatments in the AV Lab and Large Project Rooms which will make these some of the best rooms to work with sound in in Norway.
Wrap TV is Wrap’s way of sharing news and other impulses from our development as a leading production space for interdisciplinary art in Bergen, and the many inspiring projects that take place here.
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