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Iumiento has also specialized himself in the work between the actor and the camera. He is currently working on, among other things, making theatre accessible for the visually impaired. Maryam Jafri is an artist working in video, expanded sculpture, performance and photography, with a specific interest in questioning the cultural and visual representation of history, politics and economy.

Szefer Karlsen's writing has appeared in journals such as Afterall, Billedkunst, Kunstjournalen B-post, kunstkritikk.

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Lara Khaldi is an independent curator living in Jerusalem, Palestine. Her interest in preservation of Norwegian ballet history made her create the documentary website www. This project was financially supported by KHiO. He has worked as scenographer and costume designer since As architect, scenographer, and costume designer Lange has been responsible for design and execution of more than a hundred transdisciplinary productions within the fields of theatre, film, dance, performance, art exhibitions, and architecture. Maria Lind is a curator, writer and educator based in Stockholm, where she was born in She is the director of Tensta konsthall, Stockholm, and the artistic director of the 11th Gwangju Biennale.

She was director of the graduate program, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College and director of Iaspis in Stockholm Currently she is professor of artistic research at the Art Academy in Oslo. She has contributed widely to newspapers, magazines, catalogues and other publications. Reflections on the Browning of Europe , all at Sternberg Press. She has designed costume and scenography in more than 40 stage performances of all genres.

Most projects she has worked on are strongly multidisciplinary and process oriented. Many of the projects are experimental with a high risk for failure. Sound generating scenography and composed theatre are of her favourite interests. Together with the theatre critics Anette Therese Pettersen and the art theorist Boel Christensen-Scheel, she currently works on a larger publication on scenography and costume design.

She was a curator for the Norwegian contribution in the National Section of the Prague Quadrennial He is an award winning graphic designer, working mainly with books. Lundell has been central in establishing a publishing workshop at KHiO. He holds an MA from Konstfack in Stockholm. From to he acted as the dean at the Department of Art and Craft at the same institution.

He also chairs the art selection committee responsible for establishing two national memorial sites after the July 22 attacks in Oslo. She finished her MA in Ceramics in , and has since been working since as a visual artist, curator, lecturer and teacher. She is part of the artist and curator group Temp. Currently she is the initiator and project leader of the PKU funded AR project Topographies of the Obsolete, running since , resulting in a series of residencies, exhibitions, seminars and publications.

Irene Nordli is a Norwegian visual artist and sculptor living and working in Oslo and in Heestrand, Sweden. Irene Nordli works with ceramic sculptures and larger scale works where she among other themes works with animal and human hybrids in various degrees of abstraction. She has had a number of solo exhibitions and has been part of a large number of group exhibitions both in Norway and internationally. She was awarded a Norwegian Government Grant for Artists in She has written and published collections of poetry, novels and two collections of dramatic text for stage and radio.

She has also written opera librettos, film manuscripts and worked collaboratory across the field with musicians, composers, performers and visual artists. Many of her projects are experimental in nature and challenges the border between the performative, the visual and the literary. She is currently developing several texts for the stage, a series of installation pieces and two audio plays as a part of her position as an Artistic Research Fellow at the Theatre Department at KHiO. Her focus as a researcher is on the connection between the collective and the individual in texts written for the stage.

She is currently the curator of Munchmuseet on the Move — and chairs the Norwegian Association of Curators. She retains an interest in curating as a spatial process, queer performative art practices, and the exhibition as an historical and cultural text. David Panos is a London-based artist who produces videos, objects and music. He has worked in collaboration with Anja Kirschner to produce long form film works referencing TV and genre cinema tropes and they were winners of the Jarman Award in His solo practice adopts a post-cinematic approach deploying contemporary moving image technologies and choreographic methods to explore the representation of bodies, objects and spaces in relation to an era dominated by the abstractions of financialisation and digital mediation.

He is represented by Hollybush Gardens, London. Recent solo shows include: Opening the iTunes Store. If Apple Books doesn't open, click the Books app in your Dock.

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Potential source and sink locations for climate-driven species range shifts in Europe since the Last Glacial Maximum. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 21, 2: Broad-scale adaptive genetic variation in alpine plants is driven by temperature and precipitation. Molecular Ecology, 21, Forecasting changes in population genetic structure of alpine plants in response to global warming. How to understand species' niches and range dynamics: Journal of Biogeography, 39, Competitive interactions between forest trees are driven by species' trait hierarchy, not phylogenetic or functional similarity: Ecology Letters, 15, 8: Towards novel approaches to modelling biotic interactions in multispecies assemblages at large spatial extents.

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Global Ecology and Biogeography, 18, 6: Pentaschistis Poaceae diversity in the Cape mediterranean region: Global Ecology and Biogeography, 18, 5: Climatic extremes improve predictions of spatial patterns of tree species. Neophyte species richness at the landscape scale under urban sprawl and climate warming. Diversity and Distributions, 15, 6: Modelling plant species richness using functional groups. Ecological Modelling, , 7: Predicting future distributions of mountain plants under climate change: The prehistoric and preindustrial deforestation of Europe.

Quaternary Science Reviews, 28, Climate change and plant distribution: Global Change Biology, 15, 6: Die Kastanie im Engadin — oder was halten Baumarten von modellierten Potenzialgebieten?. Invasive Neophyten auch im Wald?. Wald und Holz, 89, 8: Space-based spectrodirectional measurements for the improved estimation of ecosystem variables. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 34, 3: Modelling vascular plant diversity at the landscape scale using systematic samples. Journal of Biogeography, 35, 7: Predicting global change impacts on plant species' distributions: Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics, 9: Assessing land-use statistics to model land cover change in a mountainous landscape in the European Alps.

Prediction of plant species distributions across six millennia. Ecology Letters, 11, 4: Estimating foliar biochemistry from hyperspectral data in mixed forest canopy. Plant Ecology and Diversity, 1, 2: Relationships among levels of biodiversity and the relevance of intraspecific diversity in conservation - a project synopsis. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics, 10, 4: Evaluating thermal treeline indicators based on air and soil temperature using an air-to-soil temperature transfer model.

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Challenges for Landscape Research. Combining probabilistic land-use change and tree population dynamics modelling to simulate responses in mountain forests. Improving land change detection based on uncertain survey maps using fuzzy sets. Landscape Ecology, 22, 2: Dynamic Spatio-temporal Landscape Models.

Model Up-scaling in landscape research. Remote sensing-based predictors improve distribution models of rare, early successional and broadleaf tree species in Utah. Journal of Applied Ecology, 44, 5: An improved canopy integration scheme for a land surface model with prognostic canopy structure. Journal of Climate, Understanding the low-temperature limitations to forest growth through calibration of a forest dynamics model with tree-ring data.

Russian Journal of Ecology, 38, 4: Evaluating sampling strategies and logistic regression methods for modelling complex land cover changes. Journal of Applied Ecology, 44, 2: What matters for predicting the occurrences of trees: Ecological Monographs, 77, 4: Natural forest regrowth as a proxy variable for agricultural land abandonment in the Swiss mountains: Environmental Modeling and Assessment, 12, 4: Investigating the regional-scale pattern of agricultural land abandonment in the Swiss mountains: A spatial statistical modelling approach.

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