ELISABETH KRISTENSEN is a Norwegian/Sami sculptor who works with materials such as ice, snow and sand. She spends 200 days every year travelling the world, creating ephemeral works of art. Her works are executed in different spaces; from the busiest of cities to the most remote places on the arctic tundra. At the centre of her work lies the idea that everything is ephemeral - Everything is subjected to the flow and transformation to life itself.
LAILA KOLOSTYÁK is a Norwegian/Sami artist who works with ice and snow. She puts a lot of focus on working on community art in Alta, Norway. In her artwork she tries to draw attention to enviromental issues and to the phenomenon of change itself, questioning the nature of change and the essence of being.