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Exterior of Oslo's Opera House.

More than a Museum

22 March 2024 at 12:00 pm

Dave Barber Cinematheque, 100 Arthur Street


Directed by Morrosko Vila-San-Juan
2024, Spain, 64 minutes, Norwegian/English (with English subtitles)

World premiere.

Follow the design and construction of the new Edvard Munch Museum in Oslo Norway, designed by architects Estudio Herreros. Herreros’s proposal is based on the idea of a tower-shaped museum, where the main functions are organised vertically.

MUNCH is sixty metres tall and constitutes an interesting counterpoint to nearby buildings, most notably to the horizontally oriented Oslo Opera House.

With cladding in recycled, perforated and partially translucent aluminium panels and its characteristic leaning top section, the museum has become a distinctive Oslo landmark.

Sponsored by JRWagner Architect.


The Dave Barber Cinematheque resides in the main floor lobby of Artspace. The main entrances at Arthur St. and King St. have automatic door push triggers. There are 9 to 10 steps from the entrance to the main lobby. The West side entrance of King St. has a wheelchair lift to access the main lobby. The lift measures 54’’ by 37’’ and has a maximum capacity of 340 kg.