LIAF is a migratory biennial in the archipelago of Lofoten and Norway’s longest running biennial, originating in 1991. This year the festival will take place in Henningsvær, a small village of 460 inhabitants, historically one of the world’s largest seasonal fisheries. LIAF 2017 will be spread across three venues and includes a month long public program speculating around the near and distant future of Lofoten.

The opening weekend September 1–3 will include a program of performances, screenings and artist talks.

Public opening at Trevarefabrikken in Henningsvær 6pm on September 1, 2017

Artist list and curatorial concept will be announced in May.

Public presentations of the festival:
Henningsvær, March 15
Venice Biennial (press meeting), May 12
Oslo, May 30th
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