May 14, 2020
Artist Vebjørn Sand’s Rose Castle project uses art, light, and technology tell the story of Norway’s World War II occupation
On 8 May 1945, Norway emerged from five years of darkness. For those five difficult years, Norwegians lived and worked under the occupation of the Nazis, suffering in body and spirit, and under the constant threat of erosion of the culture and values Norway had long held dear.
75 years later, a special art installation and educational project shines a new light on the lives of the individuals who experienced the occupation firsthand.