4 mysterious «fjærplyter» will show you the way to the childrens festival at the Arts Festival of North Norway.
«Fjærplyt» is a dielect-word from northern Norway and translates «one that walks along the sea, collecting wood that has been washed to the shore»
These «fjærplyter» do not collect wood, but they will welcome you if you happen to drift by the childrens arena; Bethel. Here and in Galleri Gågata they will show you what this years festival artist, Katrine M. E. Strøm have collected along her walks.
Beautiful, strange «plyter» that cannot fly. But if you look closely you will see all the nice things they can do.
21th of June 2008, The opening ceremony at The Arts Festival of North Norway
23th-28th of June
Perfomers: Maja Eline Larssen, Therese Sørensen, Karoline S. Elvan, Mette S. Enoksen
Costumes: Ingunn Sønsteby/ Anne Kari Spjelkavik
Photos: Strøm/Spjelkavik/Enoksen- Studio´81 and Steve Nilsen
Objects: Theatre Club´81