What attracts visitors to the high Arctic and what do they feel when they are in such a landscape? Each photograph contains a story of participants of the Arctic Circle residency – sculptures, painters, writers and photographers – who reflect on their experience of the expedition. The stories are about the fragility of the landscape, loneliness, uncertainty, awe and beauty. Climate change is the common factor in all these accounts, with each individual making sense of it in their own way, giving an emotional mapping of the environment. Read about how the emotion of the landscape grabs them, and what it means to enter in to a dialogue with such a deserted place.





The complete Theta 360 ° photos can be found here