Saturday September 28
Humans & their space. The conversation stitches together topics such as migrational patterns, Neoliberal Capitalism, and the seasonal overpopulation that occurs throughout the tourist season in Lofoten. It explores notions of pressure and tension, and the infrastructures that attempt to cope with these rhythmic and cyclic movements.
Splash, stress & elasticity considers the high tides of seasonal tourism, competition, space, and cycles. This High Tide takes place through a day and night programme during the closing weekend of LIAF 2019. The day programme features a panel discussion and other talks that are co-curated by social geographer Berit Kristoffersen together with Alexander Arroyo. Topics of discussion include tourism in Lofoten, and ocean conservation and protection. The closing of the festival will feature the premiere film screening of Tauba in Motion by Camilla Figenschou, the live music and video performance The Informals/Неформалы by Polina Medvedeva & Andreas Kühne, improvisations by a group of Murmansk artists co-curated with Fridaymilk, and a special DJ set by Andreey.