RADIO CINEMA: Oslofjorden

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The Oslofjord; once Norway's most fish rich fjord, is slowly being laid waste by building development and climate change. Musician Mari Kvien Brunvoll and visual artist Ane Hjort Guttu present a reading concert about and for the Oslofjord; a movement through seagrass meadows and over pebbly beaches in Radio Cinema format.


Ane Hjort Guttu (b. 1971) is a Norwegian artist and filmmaker based in Oslo. She works in a variety of media, but has in recent years mainly concentrated on film and video works, ranging from investigative documentary to poetic fiction. Among recurrent themes in her work are the relationship between freedom and power, economy and the public space, social change and limits of action. Guttu is also a writer and curator, and she is a professor at the National Academy of the Arts, Oslo.

Mari Kvien Brunvoll (b. 1984) is a composer, singer, and multi-instrumentalist based in Bergen. She studied improvisational music at the Grieg Academy in Bergen and has released nine albums with various projects, including the band Building Instrument and a duo with Stein Urheim. Mari Kvien Brunvoll has been touring regularly in Norway and Europe since 2008, and she has gained international attention, especially for her solo project, where she primarily uses her voice and electronics to create unique compositions and improvisations. She also works cross-disciplinarily in dance, theater, film, and sound installations. In recent years, she has also played instruments that she has created herself. She has participated in festivals such as Borealis, Ultima Festival, Moldejazz, Øyafestivalen, and Nattjazz.

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