Photo: Linnea Syversen 

Rebekka Sæter is a movement-based artist and environmental educator from Oslo, Norway. 

She is Artistic Director of the interdisciplinary art project ghosting Glacier and is a project manager at Norwegian Bioart Arena.

Her works are interdisciplinary and collaborative in nature. She has an ongoing interest in place-responsiveness, embodied-investigations of place, affect, resonance and ideas of belonging.

She is inspired by any work that expands and empowers any living thing and attempts to create meaningful acts in a coalition of bodies and beings.

Rebekka graduated from University of Cumbria in 2017 with a MA degree in Transcultural European Outdoor Studies.

She has studied Choreography at Dartington College of Arts, Universität der Kunste in Berlin and Contemporary Performance Practice at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. 


She has worked as a guide in Norway, larger Scandinavia and on Kilimanjaro in Tanzania.  

She is a certified Yoga teacher and Wilderness First Responder.