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Authors Kajsa G. Eriksson
Fredric Gunve
Published in 11 November – 30 November 2017, Art Galleries: Hämärä, Kajo, Lyhty, Kilo, Kopio, Lovisa & Seinä, University of Lapland, Rovaniemi; Finland International collective group exhibition Relate North – Art and Design for Education and Sustainability 2017
Publication year 2017
Published at School of Design and Crafts
Language en
Keywords regn, rain, sade, climate change, climate art project, art education, environmental education, translation
Subject categories Arts


The Climate Art project REGN/RAIN/SADE is addressing the issue on what role art can play in the creation of ecology awareness and action, especially in the Nordic areas. REGN/RAIN/ SADE, in the Relate North exhibition, is investigating language, storytelling, reading aloud and voice as a breathing language. The reading aloud is a way to enter into the story through a breathing language via voice, and to become an active part of the Climate-fiction. The group reading creates a trust through common experiences, and common rituals that brings forth the RAIN and opens a temporary place for experiments to be tested, executed and acted out in. Building on the ongoing art based research project RAIN, which took its start in 2010, the art installation and translation; TRANSLATION IN PROGRESS REGN/RAIN/SADE is taking the project in yet another direction.

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