LB°24 Program

Earthed Imagination - Program summary

Process image, Sompansenvuoma 1 & 2, 2021, Ida Isak Westerberg

Visit the final weekend of Luleå Biennial 2022 – Craft and Art to make, listen and imagine together at Havremagasinet on January 14, 2023.

Earthed Imagination will look back at Luleå Biennial 2022, Craft & Art to consider the different ways the biennial has engaged and facilitated learning and collective imagination. In this final event, the biennial invites back its friends to share activities and experiences that have taken place through the biennial’s Learning Room platform and programme. Listening and learning have been central to the Luleå Biennial 2022 and the biennial in various ways has collaborated with practices, organisations, and places to consider the world that we inhabit and to imagine the world we want to leave behind.

The full programme for Earthed Imagination can be accessed digitally here on our website. The talks and presentations will be live streamed and the workshops will be shown digitally afterwards.

Livestream of Earthed Imagination, January 14, 2023.

The event is organised in collaboration with IASPIS, the Swedish Arts Grants Committee’s International Programme for Visual and Applied Arts, and within the Urgent Pedagogies platform.


Welcome – making a biennale through listening and learning.
Onkar Kular and Christina Zetterlund, artistic directors of the Luleå Biennial 2022. Talk presented in English.

About Audio Cinema
Søstrene Suse, artistic collective. Presentation in English.

Digital Weaving Circle – What a fantastic way to collectively discover the possibilities of weaving (albeit from a distance)!
Linnea Nilsson, Craft- and Design Consultant, Region Norrbotten and Ida Isak Westerberg, textile artist.
Talk presented in English.

The Weaving Kiosk at Rajalla on the border
Rosa Tolnov Clausen, textile artist and PhD candidate in Craft. Presentation in English.

Lunch. Can be purchased in the cafe at Havremagasinet.

Workshop – Getting to know naturally tanned reindeer leather
Katarina Spik Skum, duojár and textile artist. Workshop, for max 12 participants, presented in Swedish.
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Organised in collaboration with Region Norrbottens slöjd- och formkonsulent.

Workshop – A food journey about getting to know lands through food
Eva Gunnare, culture guide and food creator. Workshop for max 20 participants, presented in English.
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Viewing the exhibitions at Havremagasinet.


Artist presentation
Silje Figenschou Thoresen, artist. Presentation in English.

Inuit Tattoo Traditions – Research and Practice.
Maya Sialuk Jacobsen, researcher and tattoo artist. Presentation in English.

Thank you!
Onkar Kular and Christina Zetterlund.

Urgent Pedagogies is an IASPIS project and platform for inquiry, sharing knowledge and experience on how socially engaged critical spatial practice may act in relation and response to the urgencies of social justice and equality, contested territories and conditions of conflict, and though strategies and settings for learning, un-learning, thinking together, and alternative forms of producing and sharing knowledge.

  • WhatEarthed Imagination
  • When14 Jan
  • Times10.30–17.15