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DD Podcast Episode 1: What makes indigenous artists tick?


In this episode, Beaska Niillas, Juno Berthelsen, Qivioq Løvstrøm, and Stina Aletta Aikio share their stories, discuss common values and differences. Their backgrounds range from the Deatnu river in Sápmi to the city of Nuuk in Kalaallit Nunaat, and from indigenous politics to spatial art. Dine Arnannguaq Fenger Lynge leads the podcast conversation.

Thanks to all participants

Beaska Niillas, board member of Dáiddadállu, Leader of the Norwegian Sámi Association (NSR) at the Sámi Parliament in Norway.

Juno Berthelsen, board member of Naleraq

Qivioq Løvstrøm, assistant professor at the University of Greenland

Stina Aletta Aikio, spatial artist

Dine Arnannguaq Fenger Lynge, daily manager at Dáiddadállu

And a special thanks to our artists for allowing us to use their Fosen sound art at the end of this episode:

"Ššš" by Máret Ánne Sara with Dáiddadállu - Sámi Artist Network and Tenthaus Oslo.


Produced by Dáiddadállu - Sámi Artist Network

Editing, sound design, and theme music: Anthoni Hætta

Graphic design: Kamilla Marie Triumf Oppheim


The podcast is funded by the Arts Council Norway and The Fritt Ord Foundation