Line Sanne

    Line Sanne's artistic works are often based on site-specific phenomena, as she is concerned with investigating how the spaces, places and materials affect her aesthetic actions, both physically and psychologically.

    Sanne works with relational projects where other people's actions form a significant part of the artistic expression. 

    In recent years, she has allowed herself to be fascinated by Kjetil Røed's examination of the eleven virtues and Friedrich Schiller's theory of play.

    Themes in her works mainly revolve around attention, cooperation and solidarity, and with an experimental approach to natural materials and phenomena, Sanne tries to expand her understanding of nature, culture and the surroundings in which she finds herself.

    Line Sanne (b.1980) living in Tjøme, is trained Spatial designer/scenographer at Central Saint Martins college of Arts and Design, London and has a Master's degree in Non-fiction writing.

    At this year's festival, we want to focus on art in all its forms. This spring, the festival went out with an Open Call to artists everywhere where we invited them to create land art on Karlsøya during the festival. Every day beyond this week, we present the incredible projects that various artists will realize over the next few days.