Kristoffer Dolmen is the director and curator of the Sami Centre for Contemporary Art in Karasjok, Finnmark, having worked at various art institutions in Northern Norway since 2001. With site-specific art and public art as his primary fields of interest, Dolmen worked for ten years as an Project Leader and Adviser for the Nordland County Council, where he was in charge of a number of major projects and programmes including public art, Artscape Nordland, AiR Nordland (residency), network of Artist in Residence sites in Nordland, and several exhibitions, conferences, and events. He has also served on various boards and sat on a number of juries within the wider field of culture. Dolmen’s education includes a master’s degree in curating, a cand. mag. degree from the University of Bergen with a focus on art history, cultural heritage, and art mediation, and studies in museology and cultural management at Stockholm University. Sámi Dáiddaguovddáš (SDG) / the Sami Centre for Contemporary Art was founded in 1986 by the Sami Artists’ Union. Sámi Dáiddaguovddás became a foundation in 2013, and in 2014 the centre moved to a new complex in Karasjok. SDG carries out an ambitious programme of exhibitions and events that focuses in the main on Sami contemporary art.