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Katrin Berge
 
posted on October 8, 2014 at 7:55
 
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This piece was made for the UiB Magazine 2014/2015, published annually by the University of Bergen. The drawing is meant to illustrate what we look like when we go to bed with computers or other electronic equipment that gives too bright light and affects our sleep quality and sleep pattern in a negative way.

Source: www.katrinberge.com

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Katrin Berge
 
posted on November 2, 2013 at 16:42
 
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Illustration for the newspaper Bergens Tidende about people who are diagnosed with a severe disease and told by the doctors that they will die. Most of these pasients wish to spend their last time of life at home amongst their family in a familiar and normal environment. Too many dies in the hospital and the Norwegian health system wants to improve the system so that every pasient that won't survive can have their last wish fulfilled.

Source: www.katrinberge.com

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Katrin Berge
 
posted on March 22, 2013 at 8:50
 
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This illustration is for an article with the title "Book law for dummies". It's an introduction to the proposed book law in Norway. If the new book law becomes a reality the consequence will be higher prices on all books.

Source: www.katrinberge.com

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Katrin Berge
 
posted on March 19, 2013 at 9:37
 
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Illustration for the newspaper Bergens Tidende about the challenges faced by Norwegians who want to buy Norwegian e-books.

Source: www.katrinberge.com

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Katrin Berge
 
posted on February 15, 2013 at 11:08
 
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Newspaper illustration for a reader's comment / letter in the abortion debate that has been going on in Norway the last few years. Should we accept abortion as a solution? Should we accept amniocentesis as a common routine and free option for all women so that they find out if they will bring forth a healthy child, or if they will have to deal with the consequences of having a child with an illness or diagnosis, and the possible abortion to avoid a life with a dysfunctional child. Do we have the right to decide who lives and not?

Source: http://www.katrinberge.com

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Katrin Berge
 
posted on December 18, 2012 at 9:04
 
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Illustration for a anonymous letter to the newspaper Bergens Tidende in Bergen / Norway about child welfare. A little girl from a dissolved home was taken out of her safe and loving environment in a foster home by the child welfare authorities without any good reason. The foster parents felt like they lost a child they had been taking care of for several years.

Source: www.katrinberge.com

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Katrin Berge
 
posted on November 20, 2012 at 11:08
 
Katrin's website

Illustration for a readers letter in the newspaper Bergens Tidende in Bergen/Norway about bad experiences with healthcare and gynaecologists. Is all they care about money and not people?

Source: Bergens Tidende

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Katrin Berge
 
posted on November 9, 2012 at 8:13
 
Katrin's website

Because it is so important to preserve the Icelandic inheritance of folk-tales, legends and phenomena, I used Iceland's huldufólk and álfar (hidden people and elves) in combination with the real ongoings of the financial crisis as inspiration for a story about the value of wonder. My characters are storytellers and messengers who tell an abstract and poetical story about the crisis with a focus on positive values.

Source: www.katrinberge.com



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