Agla Hagla

In the project Agla Hagla examines the National Runic Archive´s content and sources, and is an interdisciplinary art- and science project supported by the Art Council Norways initiative -Hva er det med arkiv?

With a basis in the runic alphabet, the futhark, the project raises questions on the subjective use of the runes, and the language as a rhetoric cultivator or symbolic beholder. Agla Hagla questions the Nordic as an isolated and deserted enclave, and the myths that is constantly surrounding our collective history, what is included in the archive, and what is not.