This film follows the renewal process of the waste-water plumbing system, called relining, in a high-rise block of flats in central Oslo. Capturing the intense work conducted by workers on site, the original rusty  pipes from 1964 is relined and renewed for years to come. Showing what lies beyond walls and under the ground, RELINING captures the process of preventative rehabilitation of hidden city infrastuctures.  

Produced by the Disobedient Buildings Project, the University of Oxford. 


TT-Teknikk and Enerhaugen Borettslag, Kamil Zalas, Lukasz Holda, Tomasz Holda and Carlos Alfredo Gomez Gonzales

Produced by
the Disobedient Buildings Project, Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford

Creative Consultant
Jane Devoy

Executive Producer/ Research Lead
Inge Daniels

Graphic Design
Charlotte Linton

Special thanks to:
Gabriela Nicolescu, Rune Berge, Jon Ove Lie, Kjetil Ellinghaugen, Øystein Røkke, Anne Silje Bø and Katja van Etten Jarem

Funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council UK