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Project Room


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Isotop Project Room is a not-for-profit artist-run initiative that supports experimental and emergent forms of contemporary art. The space hosts a curated program of events emphasising spatial, critical and or cross-disciplinary art practices.

There are two spaces available: a large white cube Project Space entered through a courtyard and a smaller street facing Front Space. Scroll down for images.

Contact: Alex Hamish Millar, Project Room Board Member
isotopprojectroom[at]gmail.com

Check here to see when the Project Room is available for booking.

Fill out this form to book the Project Room.


The project space offers 55m2 with built in seating/display units, and four pillars in the center of the room. The space offers some natural light but it is also suitable for use as a projection space. Access is via private courtyard which is also utilised as a social space for openings and events.

The Front Space is suitable for smaller exhibitions and as a meeting space. It is street facing and so works well for projects that interact with the public.

Both spaces also available to rent for project development, exhibition & performance.

Prices: We have a sliding scale payment structure and projects will be assessed on a case by case basis, so please get in touch! Price is on a scale between 400kr/day for artists projects to 1200kr/day for ticketed events. Our aim is to be as supportive of artists making and showing their work as possible.

We have a projector which can be borrowed free of charge. Isotop Project Room and toilet facilities are both on street level and accessible for wheelchair users.







Pinhole camera workshop with Sofie Synne Bønes. 2022.
Exhibition in the front project room, Ingrid Forland (image by Nayara Leite). 2022.
Exhibition in the back project room, Derek Sargent. 2022.
Exhibition in the front project room, Rober Carter. 2022.
Exhibition in the front project room, Nayara Leite, Tine Adler, Derek Sargent, Sigrid Lerche. 2022.
Exhibition in the back project space: In Search of the Receptionists of The Genetic Salo, Bobby Yu Shuk Pui. 2022.

︎ ISOTOP HAS RECEIVED SUPPORT FROM BERGEN KOMMUNE