During the explorations and tours of their MEMORIA NORWAY project,
SpringerParker will update the LOGBOOK on a regular basis.
It documents their route and events in forms of photos and descriptions
that are sent directly via the mobile phone to this website.

Clicking at the geographical data to the left of the entries lets you follow their ROUTE on the map.

Here you will find the LOGBOOK ARCHIVE of the previous explorations and tours

LOGBOOK - DANCE OPERA PREMIERE 2011

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Barents Sports Days


Walking by the ice hockey stadium. The Barents Sports Days are also part of the Barents Spektakel.


Bram Stadhouders


Meeting and greeting at the office of Pikene på Broen, the festival organizers. It's great to be back here! Bram Stadhouders, a Dutch guitarist is the first of our live musicians to arrive at Kirkenes. He flew over from Geilo, where he was playing at the Ice Festival.


There Are Places In Our Heads One Can Travel To


We're at Kirkenes to premiere and present our new work from the Memoria Norway cycle: "There Are Places In Our Heads One Can Travel To", a contemporary dance opera, at the annual festival, the Barents Spektakel. We composed the music and video projections and will work with choreographed dancers, an opera singer, dancers and live musicians. Yeah!


Morning challenges


Making proper Polarböod on a camping toaster is not as easy as it may appear.


First Day in Kirkenes


Polarbröd is the new toast!


Arctic Passage


It is breathtaking to drive through white corridors during these early and long dawning "blue hours".


Fighting the stars


This part of the road suddenly gets really wide like a plane is supposed to be able to land here. And all of a sudden a Starfighter shows up in the skies and jets really close above our heads. It all went quite fast, but we were able to grab the phone and shoot. In the corner of the photo you see the roof of our car, so you can imagine how low this thing was flying. No stars were harmed.


Mrs. Roosevelt


In 1950, Mrs. Elenor Roosevelt, the widow of the former US president, famous for humanitarian work, was going to visit Rovaniemi to see Lapland and the post-war reconstruction of the city. The mayor decided to build a cabin for the welcoming ceremony at the Arctic Circle. This was the starting point for what later should become the Arctic Circle Center and Santa Park which annualy attracts thousands of tourists to this place to enjoy Christmas mood and fun and to send postcards to their loved ones, nearly the whole year through. An obligatory stop for us. For the fun of it. Merry Christmas Mr. Springer. Merry Christmas Mr. Parker.


We're Not In Kansas Anymore


As always at this spot, Sweden meets Finland and you lose an hour. Let's hear what Finnish radio has to offer, our first guess: Metallica. Been there, done that.


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