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  • Artists in residencies and a Christmas tree party on the rocks

    The Russian journalist and writer, Kirill Kobrin, (Prague) visited Pikene på Broen as a part of our artist-in-residence program.

  • HRH Crown Prince Haakon attends Barents Spektakel 2013

    Pikene på Broen is honoured to receive the recognition of HRH Crown Prince Haakon during our festival’s 10th anniversary – only two years after HM Queen Sonja opened the festival in 2011.

  • Knut Åsdam at BAR International

    We are back from a research trip to Murmansk with the video artist Knut Åsdam (Oslo), photographer Martin Testar (London) and producer Leif Magne Tangen (Leipzig). We studied the main streets of Murmansk, as well as off-streets, visited various Murmansk apartments and met old and new friends who helped Knut Åsdam to understand the city exteriors, private interiors and Kola landscapes – as these will be a part of his future film that he is…

  • Ticking Barents

    TICKING BARENTS is the slogan for the Barents Spektakel 2013 festival!

  • Lars Ramberg meets male freedom in Murmansk

    We are back from a week-residency in Russia’s biggest Arctic harbour city Murmansk with the Norwegian artist Lars Ramberg (based in Berlin).

  • Architect studies Shoyna’s White Sea seashore

    During his residency Jan Gunnar Skjeldsøy measured and drew fragments of the most affected streets of Shoyna. These large-scale drawings with sections of Shoyna will be part of the festival exhibition at Barents Spektakel 2013.

  • Nord Rute release

    Nord Rute, is the first of four ambisonic projects, inspired by the literary works, drawings and soundscapes of the Sámi multi-artist Nils Aslak Valkeapää.

  • No Man’s Island

    No-Man’s Island will be a new island erected in the harbour of Kirkenes, a meeting place for various cultures in the Barents Region out in the sea, a meeting place between land and water.

  • The Fountain of Youth

    A fountain ejaculating oil from the top of the world, from the North Pole point, letting it run down the earth to celebrate 20 years of political focus, 40 years of Norwegian oil adventure, and the last breath of modern civilization as the world drowns in a pool of CO2. Idea, concept and design by Amund Sjølie Sveen. Technical Design: Dmitry Zhambroskiy, Artem Yastrebov, Dmitry Malikov, students at Murmansk State Technical University. Water…

  • Yes, We Love This Country!

    The 1st Norwegian Festival in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea in Pyongyang, on May 17th, the Norwegian National Day.