Jan Hakon Erichsen is a Norwegian artist who works within a variety of media focusing on topics like fear, anger and frustration. He has spent several years perfecting a D.I.Y aesthetic with found objects being the main source of work material. Erichsen has exhibited widely in Norwegian and international galleries and partaken in numerous international video festivals after he finished his education at the National Academy of Arts in Oslo.
At the moment his main focus is making short destruction videos which he posts everyday on his Instagram account
I´m Julia Camoletto ,specialized in Industrial Pattern Making of Corsetery ,Swimwear and Elastic Sportwear. Im the creator of Blumma : a small brand that joins lingerie and swimming that creates and produces comfortable items of clothing, which are designed and handmade in my studio Oslo. The creative process is born from the places where I am living. Nature is my greatest influence: green, flowers and the silence of snow.
Linda Falang, born and raised in a small town right outside of Oslo. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Product design, and is currently situated in Sundsvall, Sweden, where she is studying for her Master’s degree in Design for all. In the future she wants to design products that are both attractive and available for everyone, with or without disabilities.
Norwegian photographer Anja Niemi, ( b. 1976 ) is represented by the Little Black Gallery in London but lives and works from Oslo. Her two latest series Starlets and Do Not Disturb set her distinct self portrait style.
Joining tragedy with humor in a staged narrative setting, she presents a series of tragic-comic personas from tormented suburban housewives to roller disco divas.