Programme opening weekend

Programme opening weekend

FRIDAY, 10 FEBRUARY

5 pm, The fire is lit

SALT opens at twilight. You can hear species that live in the ocean interfere in the sounds from cars and harbor activities in the Arctic Pyramid. Gain insight into the sound frequencies that ocean species use for orientation, hunting and communicationThis communication is threatened by humanity’s intensified use of ocean areas. This excerpt of sounds is recorded and selected by Jana Winderen as a contribution to our collaborative effort to shed light on and debate the current situation of the oceans in the Arctic.

 

 

FRIDAY, 10 FEBRUARY

6 pm – midnight, Langhuset, Dj Kavaler

In the Viking Age, the langhus was a long house with people living in one end and farm animals in the other. Our langhus is constructed like a fish rack, created for big events. Tonight, you are invited to a feast of food, DJ Kavaler and lots of good things to drink.

6 – 9 pm, Árdna, NORD – Polar Sound Tracks

Polar Low by Biosphere,  Living Land – Below as Above by Margrethe Pettersen, and Spring Bloom in the Marginal Ice Zone by Jana Winderen

9 pm – 1 am, Árdna, Solitude Session with Joakim Haugland

Árdna is a Sami concept meaning “a hidden and secret treasure”. It is also a place with something valuable. For Solitude Session, we invite artists to interpret the place and its surroundings.

10 pm – 2 am, Naustet, Clubbing with Bjørn Torske

The wood stove is crackling, the rowboat is drying, and Bjørn Torske is playing records.  Clubbing nights at Naustet are legendary, and we expect to raise the roof yet again.

SATURDAY, 11 FEBRUARY

6 – 9 pm, Árdna, NORD – Polar Sound Tracks

Polar Low by Biosphere,  Living Land – Below as Above by Margrethe Pettersen, and Spring Bloom in the Marginal Ice Zone by Jana Winderen

17 – 9 pm, The Arctic Pyramid

Species that live in the ocean interfere in the sounds from the traffic and harbor activities. Gain insight into the sound frequencies that ocean species use for orientation, hunting and communicationThis communication is threatened by humanity’s intensified use of ocean areasThe sounds of this excerpt are recorded by Jana Winderen – a contribution to our collaborative effort to shed light on and debate the current situation of the oceans in the Arctic.

11 am – 10 pm, Naustet

Cafe open

10 pm – 2 am, Naustet Clubbing DJ Olav Hamburger

Clubbing in Naustet with DJ Olav Hamburger

SUNDAY, 12 FEBRUARY

11 am – 10 pm, Naustet Cafe

The café and sauna are open.

6 – 9 pm, Árdna, NORD – Polar Sound Tracks

Polar Low by Biosphere,  Living Land – Below as Above by Margrethe Pettersen, and Spring Bloom in the Marginal Ice Zone by Jana Winderen

5 – 9 pm, The Arctic Pyramid

Species that live in the ocean interfere in the sounds from the traffic and harbor activities. Gain insight into the sound frequencies that ocean species use for orientation, hunting and communicationThis communication is threatened by humanity’s intensified use of ocean areasThe sounds of this excerpt are recorded by Jana Winderen – a contribution to our collaborative effort to shed light on and debate the current situation of the oceans in the Arctic.