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ghosting Glacier

//ghosting* Glacier (here meaning create, compose, record, rewrite, communicate) is a collaborative and interdisciplinary art project about the glacier.

The project investigates the human/place relationship in a time of climate change and has resulted in an audio-visual work composed, written and created at/in/by the glacier.
The project uses artistic approaches to investigate how we continuously affect and are affected by our interactions with place.

By entangling and blending the boundaries between glacier and human we investigate and explore the continual influences by the presences of bodies and beings, in a coalition of human and more-than-human wills.

The project address the subconscious and emotional defence-mechanisms many experience in relating to and dealing with climate change. How do these mechanisms manifest themselves in our expression, in our ideas and in our contact with a melting glacier?

  • Linnea Syversen
    Director
    Rebekka Sæter
  • Rebekka Sæter
    Writer
    Linnea Syversen, Leon Muraglia, Romek Paluch-Edwards
  • Rebekka Sæter
    Producer
  • Linnea Syversen
    Photographer
  • Rebekka Sæter
    Artistic director and Choreographer
  • Leon Muraglia
    Music and sound production
  • Romek Paluch-Edwards
    Music and sound production
  • Ole Martin Holmen
    Key Cast
    "Drone operator"
  • Project Type:
    Short
  • Runtime:
    10 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    June 1, 2022
  • Production Budget:
    6,500 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    Norway
  • Country of Filming:
    Norway
  • Shooting Format:
    Digital
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    Yes
  • Student Project:
    No
Director Biography - Linnea Syversen

Linnea Syversen (1986) is a Norwegian photographer and filmmaker. She does assignments in music videos and short film productions.

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Director Statement

Linnea Syversen is inspired by how life is constantly changing and how people's experiences and experiences in life affect our view of the world around us, and not least how we live our lives. 
The projects that stand out most to her deals with topics such as upbringing, heritage and the environment; the complexity of  intimacy, distance and the longing for belonging.