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Pia Maria Roll

(1970) is a Norwegian theater director.
She has been active as an actor, director, playwright and screenwriter. 

Apart from Ways of Seeing, she is best known in Norway for the following theater plays: Street Scene (2008), Over evne III (2010), Ship O'hoi (2012), Ses i min nästa pjäs (2015) and Nå løper vi!.

She is also the winner of Torshovteaterets Venners pris (2012) and Klassekampens kulturpris Neshornprisen (2015).

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Hanan Benammar 

(1989) is an Algerian/French artist who works conceptually on geopolitical, environmental and social issues. She also organises and curates art projects as part of her artistic practice. Benammar holds an MA from the Oslo National Academy Of The Arts and a second MA from the Dutch Art Institute (Netherlands).
 She has exhibited and performed in several places, lately at Le Cube (Rabat), Kunstnerforbundet (Oslo), Lofoten Sound Art Symposium (Svolvær) and Radikal Unsichtbar (Hamburg).

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Sara Baban

(1978) is an actor and vocalist. She is educated from Nordic Black Express and has worked as an actor for Riksteatret and in the independent field. She has the last years toured extensively with the acclaimed play «Nå løper vi», together with her brother Buzhan Baban. Sara is for the moment taking her master degree at the Oslo National Academy Of The Arts at KHIO.

Ketil Lund 

(1939) is a Norwegian lawyer and former Supreme Court judge. Lund had the position of Supreme Court Judge from between1990 and 2009. He graduated with a law degree from the University of Oslo in 1965. He previously worked as a magistrate, a lawyer with the Government Attorney, and  for Nature Conservation Association during the Alta-case before being appointed Supreme Court Judge in 1990. Lund was chairman of the Parliamentary Review Commission for the Secret Services called the Lund Commission between 1994 and 1996. Ketil Lund now works as chair of the ICJ-N (International Commission of Jurists, Norway). The ICJ is a human rights organization that safeguards a wide range of rule of law and human rights interests through various committees. 


Ali Djabbary 

(1965) is a visual and performance artist. He is educated from Nordic Black Theater. Ali Djabbary is a member of the theater collective Verdensteatret and Karawane. He is active with the solo piece Ferdaminne (Part 1: Iran, Part 2: Germany and Part 3: Norway) which he is currently touring. He is also the subject of the book Å Elske en Flyktning, written by his partner Marit Fagerheim Wiik.

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