Stockholm on the Move

Ideas, visions and challenges for a city in transition

About the exhibition

– 900 kvm, a concentrate of the future of Stockholm. 

    On November 22nd Stockholm on the Move – the exhibition – opened! The grand hall of Färgfabriken were crowded with curios and enthusiastic inhabitants of the Stockholm region. Our "Reaction-space" we're quickly filled with thoughts, ideas and opinions regarding the future development of the capital-city/region. The Swedish minister of Infrastructure, Catharina Elmsäter-Svärd, inagurated the exhibition together with Joachim Granit (Färgfabriken) and Göran Cars (KTH).

    Stockholm on the Move runs until March 24 2013 and besides the exhibition there are several conferences and seminars held at Färgfabriken during the exhibition period. The project is continually moving on and we are looking forward to all the new ides and perspectives from both exhibition visitors, partners and others involved in the conferences and seminars. A line of events are already planned and several more will be added.

    Stockholm on the Move identify and focus on a number of issues such as urban planning, traffic flows, design, identity, environment, and political processes. The field of play for the project is the big exhibition in Färgfabriken’s main gallery. The exhibition strive to create a coherent overall picture, gather the different parts of the project and present a entirety, consisting of a historical background, different visions, utopias and dystopias and some of the infrastructure projects that are on-going and proposed for the region.

    Please read more about the different parts of the exhibtion and the overall project in the menu to the right.

    Stockholm on the Move is an initiative by Färgfabriken and the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, developed in conjunction with a range of partners with important roles for the infrastructure of the Stockholm region. An exhibition, with associated workshops and a seminar program, will be shown at Färgfabriken between November 22, 2012 and March 24, 2013.