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2009-05-05

Kirkelig Kulturverksted

Thirty Years`Fidelity When Kirkelig Kulturverksted (KKV) started in 1974, the idea was to break down the walls between the secular, contemporary culture and the church. The idea has been to show that the latter probably is the most important foundation of most of the art in the Western world.

When Kirkelig Kulturverksted (KKV) started in 1974, the idea was to break down the walls between the secular, contemporary culture and the church. The idea has been to show that the latter probably is the most important foundation of most of the art in the Western world. Through the years breaking down walls has become an extended issue for KKV. Whether it has been between conservative and liberal groups in Norway, between different musical styles under various hemispheres of the planet, or between different religions and political systems, KKV has always loved the idea of provoking the consciousness of rules and stiff thoughts about genres, religious systems and dogmas

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