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Nina Ossavi

Ossavy is a stage artist and writer.

The song that disappears

ESSAY: I have become the mother of my own mother. But is repressed grief and depression one of the causes of dementia?

The art of not being a terrorist

ESSAY: The ceiling height has suddenly become dangerously low – it is taboo to talk about terror.

Close-up portrait of the wolf

Jim Dutcher, Jamie Dutcher: The Wisdom of Wolves
OUR FRIEND THE WOLF?Several hypotheses suggest that wolves and humans lived close together and perhaps even hunted together between 15 and 000 thousand years ago.

Our narrative memory loss

Martin Lee Mueller: Being Salmon, Being Human. Encountering the Wild in Us and Us in the Wild
Martin Lee Mueller has written an extraordinary book with the salmon's life and history as the focal point. It must be among the most important books published for a very, very long time.

Paradoxical book about birds

Jim Robbins (Translated by Gunnar Nyquist): The wonderful world of birds
We are many who love the birds and know a closeness to these beautiful, flying creatures. Jim Robbins is one of them, and with the love of the birds as a backdrop, he has written the book The Wonderful World of Birds.

Odin's theater soldiers

Elsa Kvamme: The Art of the Impossible
Filmmaker Elsa Kvamme has previously taught at Eugenio Barba. Now his Odin Theater has celebrated 50 years, and Kvamme has returned – this time with the camera in hand.

From dust to life 

Andrea Carfagna does not use the term "organic farming" – he only runs his farm in Sardinia in the most sustainable, efficient and economical way possible.

Art in the cycle

Algae and potatoes become natural partners at an exhibition in the industrial city of Skien.

It was once a human being

Maja Lunde's acclaimed Biedo novel doubts where the research is unique.