Photography workshop / 13-15 January 2015 / The House of Literature, Oslo
PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP 13-15 JANUARY 2015 HOUSE OF LITERATURE OSLO Photography by Mariam Elise Ndure Madeleine Engbakken Athanasia Froutis Kang Ren She Aleksander Sandlie Julie Wiken Krogstadmo Tomas Liberg Foshaugen Dena Taherkhani Hanna Sofie Rosted Nyein N. Ei Maung Edvard Skodvin Jennie Rekdal Elias H. Boukhouima Celinia Andreassen
Laia Gallardo-Callico Amalie Hansen Eggereide Valid Salman Sedik Simen K. Leholt Hans Christian Bruvik Susanne E.E.Hansen Abdullah Okotan Faiqha Kasana Sara Berge Ulrik Sagbakken Anders Noraker Djina Pavlovic Christoffer Joranger Berg Sarah Nicole Maguire
Sophie (18) and Greta (18) are in the Circle Dance Studio to check out the Dance hall class. They wanted to find out whether this style was something for them.
These girls are taking the next dance class which is House style.
Late at night in ‘Oslo 5’.
A cold day in Oslo.
Johan has cerebral palsy but lives a very active life. Among other things he currently plays for the Norwegian sledge hockey team.
Central Station, Oslo. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Ole is an incredibly good friend. He is perhaps a smoker, but I can always depend on him.â&#x20AC;?
â&#x20AC;&#x153;Ole may seem like a very closed person, but as soon you get to know him, he opens up for you.â&#x20AC;?
Sarah Nicole (18) and Djina Parlovic (18) running in the snow.
Hannah (18) puts on lipstick whilst standing at the smoking corner outside Nissen high school.
A youth smokes a cigarette at the smoking corner outside Nissen high school.
Kaja rehearses for a play in which she is taking part at Nissen high school.
In her bedroom in the apartment of her mother and stepfather in Kjels책s, Nupaporn keeps contact with friends and family in both Thailand and Norway through social websites.
Nupaporn Rayabsri, born in 1995, moved from Thailand to Norway in 2012. A completely new environment that offers both excitement and challenges.
Kindergarten and a youth club in Ravnkollbakken where teenagers can hang out on Wednesdays and Fridays.
Svarttjern lake where people usually swim in the summer. The building behind is part of Roms책s in an area called Ravnkollen.
Model figure of a character from the film â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Pacific Rimâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;.
Band practice at Ă&#x2DC;vingshotellet, Schous Plass, Olso.
Marius Bakke Peterson plays the final chord.
Albert (18) washes the dishes at home in Trosterud. He lives with his family and studies at university.
Taha (18) secretly smokes a cigarette while walking in Trosterud.
Pho (22) looks at pictures on his friendâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s phone at Agenda X, an anti-racism centre in Oslo.
Thea (18) eats dinner at her home in Grunerlokka. Thea moved out of home when she was 16 and is now sitting for her last year of high school.
Sarah Nicole (18) and Hedick Sharma Uhre (16) sharing a moment.
Isabella and her mother, Monica, at home in Lavransvei, Tveita.
Ronja at the Blitz CafĂŠ.
Sarah (18) outside Blitz, an occupied building run by anarchists closed to journalists and photographers.
Jenni Klingenberg (18) and Sarah Nicole (18) smoking at Blitz.
Inside Stovner Metro Station.
A group of friends, Jonar (18), Niklas (17) and Leon Felix Tarantino (18) looking for emos at the Central Station in Oslo.
Celinia Anderassen is a student in Oslo: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Youth is tiring, stressful and fun.â&#x20AC;?
Susanne is a student in Oslo: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Youth is time to realise who you are. To find yourself. In the future I would like to help other people and travel the world.â&#x20AC;?
Sarah (18) and Djina (18) out in Oslo.
Tem Seksan Somboon (19) at work.
Tem Seksan Somboon (19) just finishing his work.
A homeless drug addict begs for money in Karl Johannsgate. He also sells magazines and drugs.
The homeless man became a drug addict because his father was an addict too.
Taha (18) and Albert (18) are playing about at home.
Taha (18) and Albert (18) are both students.
Playing in the snow, Olso.
Marianne (23) walking with the dogs in Oslo.
Moby, one of Marianneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s dogs,
Marianne (23) is opening the petshop in Sandvika.
Tomas Liberg Foshaugen walks towards the exit of the TĂ¸yen metro station in Oslo. He is studying Media and Communications.
Tomas Liberg Foshaugen eating stick-bread at the scouting stand at the opening of the Outdoor Lifeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s year, at TĂ¸yen park in Oslo, Norway.
Susanne is a student in Oslo.
Sebastian Amundsen, Sindre and Brage Arntzen smoke cigarettes during ashort break from work. They all work as telemarketers in Oslo.
The photographers who led the workshop were: Marie von Krogh Pep Bonet Fabian WeiĂ&#x; Jocelyn Bain Hogg Tommy Ellingsen Maciek Nabrdalik Joanna Demarco JosĂŠ Sarmento Matos
SEA CHANGE A photo documentary about youth in Europe The goal of Project Sea Change is to document the lives of the generation that is the immediate future of Europe. During the last two years some of the most accomplished documentary photographers in the world have gone on assignment to spend time with young people in 13 European countries. JOURNALISTIC DIRECTOR Harald Birkevold Norwegian journalist, born 1967. Since 2007 he has been part of the investigative unit of Stavanger Aftenblad, part of the Schibsted Media Group. He has worked closely with photojournalists on projects and assignments for many years, and is also involved with the Norwegian DOK festival for documentary photography since 2009, as presenter and moderator. photo director Jocelyn Bain Hogg As well as being photo director for Sea Change, Jocelyn works on his own documentary projects and commercial and editorial assignments. He is a member of the VII Agency and is a visiting lecturer on the MA photojournalism and documentary photography course at the LCC, University of the Arts in London. art director Mark Watkins Director of graphic design consultancy, Luck Design, based in the United Kingdom. Project administration Andreas Liebe Delsett, The House of Literature www.projectseachange.com facebook.com/projectseachange
The House of Literature, Oslo, Norway