Marita Isobel Solberg is a chanter, a musician and a visual artist, working mainly with sound, performance art and installation. An artist with sámi and kven heritage originally from Manndalen in North-Troms, Norway. In addition to her master's degree from Oslo National Academy of the Arts (2007), she has been singing and exploring different musical genres ever since childhood. She has a base in Tromsø, Norway, but lives a nomadic life on the Norwegian and international art and music scene. Over the years, she has done performances and residencies in places like The Watermill Center in New York, Art / Life Institute in NY, The Performance Studio in London, the Arctic Hideaway in Fleinvær, Shigaraki Ceramic Sculptural Park in Shiga and Pushkinskaya in St. Petersburg. With her strong connection with the northern Norwegian part of the country, she has exhibited at BarentsSpektakel and The Arctic Arts Festival and has been in charge of the fictional Sámi Daiddamusea in the award-winning museum performance at Nordnorsk Kunstmuseum in 2017.