This has not been done despite the fact that several of the works on display are permanent murals aimed directly at the media companies working on the house. During the opening, a number of artworks were unveiled by eight street artists, followed by a media-critical panel debate with BT's commentator Eirin Eikefjord, art critic and university lecturer Kristoffer Jul-Larsen, associate professor and former Red Leader Torstein Dahle, and British street artist Nipper Street.
The purpose of the exhibition is to reach the audience with critical questions in the form of pictures and text. The street artists AFK and Nemesis are at the head of the exhibition, which is a collaboration project between Friends of Food and Kube Bergen. AFK has created the questions for the debate as well as texts that go along with his artwork. The texts refer to newspaper articles and documents from established news sources such as The New York Times and The Guardian, as well as various government websites.
Following the opening, there have been requests to remove some of the texts, something the undersigned will claim emphasizes the meaning and effect of the texts – and that it was high time that it came. . .
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