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  • The End of the Border (of the mind) in Kirkenes

    Pikene på Broen has invited the Italian artist, Stefano Cagol, to participate in the Barents Art Triennale 2013 with his work THE END OF THE BORDER (of the mind).

  • The End of the Border (of the mind) in Oslo

    Stefano Cagol has arrived in Oslo from the Dolomites area and is beaming his light installation on March 11th 18:45 – 19:30 from Ekebergåsen. Check “The End of the Border (of the mind)” together with the Italian artist on his journey from the South to the North of Europe!  

  • Stefano Cagol travels to the end of the border

    Pikene på Broen has invited the Italian artist, Stefano Cagol, to participate in the Barents Art Triennale 2013 with his work THE END OF THE BORDER (of the mind).

  • “Games of Barents Minds” in Bjørnevatn School

    Pikene på Broen have lended the art work «Games of Barents Minds» by the artist group Blue Noses to Bjørnevatn Primary School.

  • “Barents at Risk – Resources at Play” at Sør-Varanger Library

    Welcome to the exhibition opening at Sør-Varanger Library on Wednesday, August 3rd, 12:00! Come and play the game about the future of the Barents Region! The project “Barents at Risk Resources at Play” was created by the Danish architect company “NORD” for the exhibition Pan-Barentz in 2008. In 2011 Pikene på Boren is lending the game to Sør-Varanger Library, which is going to exhibit it first in Kirkenes and then in Russia and Finnland. Find more…

  • Wind powered street organ in Kirkenes

    A windmill delivers electricity to this «perpetual» motion machine. The street organ plays as the wind blows. A small drill is installed underneath the street organ and makes the turn wheel spin and the music play. A sail is placed in front of the street organ and works as the conductor and controls the speed of the music. The stronger wind is, the faster music is. No wind means silence.

  • PAN-BARENTZ

    The project Pan-Barentz is aimed at exploring the concept of Barents Identity.

  • Pan-Barentz in Moscow

    16 years after the Barents Region was launched as a new spatial entity in the High North, the exhibition PAN-BARENTZ explores the Barents identity at the crossroads of art, architecture, urbanism and politics.
    PAN-BARENTZ presents a series of statements, investigations, readings and interpretations made by artists and architects on and of identity in the Barents region:

  • Exhibition PAN-BARETZ in Rovaniemi

    Welcome to the exhibition opening on monday, November 9th!
    16.00 RANTAVITIKKA SCHOOL, Yliopistonkatu 6.
    17.00 UNIVERSITY OF LAPLAND, VALO, KAJO, KATVE, KILO – GALLERIES, Yliopistonkatu 6.

  • Record number of visitors enjoyed the opening of Pan-Barentz in Murmansk!

    600 people attended the opening in Murmansk, this is a record number of visitors never before seen by the Murmansk Art Museum.