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Stories of Flights, Ferries, and Fish is an artistic endeavour conveying stories of commuting people (and fish), and exploring the Nordic landscape, its island complexes and archipelagos, its climate, and the various geophysical phenomena that forge it. The project pivots on audio-logs, spoken word, sound-art, electroacoustic compositions, field-recordings, interviews, photography, and all sorts of other artefacts to be presented to audiences alongside freshly cooked local fish. 

The project is conceived, initiated, and directed by Marinos Koutsomichalis, Jakob Riis, and Jørgen Teller with generous support from the Nordic Council (Nordic Culture Point), the Nordic Culture Fund, and a series of local organisations. It also involves a series of local, and nonlocal, artists that have been invited to contribute their own stories of flights ferries, and fish.







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