Accessibility in SOLO OSLO – Apichaya Wanthiang

Floor 10

On this page, you can find information about the exhibition SOLO OSLO – Apichaya Wanthiang. The information is particularly relevant for blind and visually impaired people, as well as other visitors with varying facilitation needs.

Outside the entrance of the exhibition hall, there is a tactile 3D model of the exhibition, which can make it easier to get an overview of the elements in the room and how to navigate between them. In addition, this page has been developed to make it easier for blind and visually impaired people to visit the exhibition.

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SOLO OSLO is a series of contemporary art exhibitions at MUNCH. In relation to the exhibition by artist Apichaya Wanthiang, mediator Frida Rusnak wanted to examine how art can become more accessible for blind and visually impaired people.

Rusnak has developed the above mentioned measures together with Nora Sulejmani, Trond-Martin Hauge, Vegard Ramstad Johannessen, Gina Skarpnord, and Harald Hardkår Vøyle who are all members of The Norwegian Association of the Blind and Partially Sighted Youth. Their experience and knowledge has helped identify concrete challenges; they have also suggested solutions to make the exhibition more accessible for this group, specifically. The project has been carried out in collaboration with NBfU.