Opening hours

Opening hours

Opening hours:

Naustet:
Wednesday: 15.00 – 22.00
Thursday: 15.00 – 22.00
Friday: 11.00 – 02.00
Saturday: 11.00 – 02.00
Sunday: 11.00 – 21.00

Árdna
You can come to Árdna (free admission) to experience NORD – POLAR SOUND TRACKS featuring the sound works Spring Bloom in the Marginal Ice Zone (Jana Winderen), Living Land – Below as Above (Margrethe Pettersen) and Polar Low (Biosphere).
Wednesday: 15.00 – 20.00
Thursday: 15.00 – 20.00
Friday: 11.00 – 15.00
Saturday: 11.00 – 15.00
Sunday: 11.00 – 18.00

The Arctic Pyramid
In the north, the fish rack is used to dry fish. SALT intends to fill it with art.

Every day in tne Árdna opening hours you can listen to the sound of whales, seals, pollock and crayfish. You’ll hear Jana Winderen’s aural work for the Arctic Pyramid and gain insight into the sound frequencies that ocean species use for orientation, hunting and communication. This communication is threatened by humanity’s intensified use of ocean areas.

How to get here? It’s a 5 minutes walk from Oslo Central Station. Follow the harbor promenade i direction Vippetangen. The closest location on GPS is Langkaia 1.

SALT is a nomadic art project currently situated on Oslo’s shoreline, overlooking the city’s famous Opera House. On an area of 5000 square metres, SALT comprises several spectacular wooden constructions. The largest construction, the 75-meter-long Arctic Pyramid towering like an cathedral over the seaside promenade.