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Caroline Bergvall is a writer, artist and performer of French-Norwegian origin based in London. She works across languages, artforms and media and is increasingly recognised for her distinctive vocal & linguistic practice. Caroline publishes and performs internationally: her projects include performances, installations, books, audio pieces, net-based work, graphic and printed work. Her most recent awards include a Cholmondeley Award for her book/performance work Drift (UK, 2017); she’s the first recipient of new international art writing prize Prix Littéraire Bernard Heidsieck-Centre Pompidou (Paris, Sept 2017). Her current travelling project is called Ragadawn, and is an outdoor sunrise performance, for 2 voices and minoritarian languages, with Gavin Bryars. She is currently Visiting Professor at King’s College London.