Since the end of the Second World War, northern Norway has been the scene of a deaf, silent and invisible war between two superpowers.
It is a zone of confrontation between what until recently was known as the western bloc, the United States and its allies through an organisation called NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation) and the eastern bloc, the former USSR, which has now become Russia again.
The area around this coordinate is fraught with political and military tensions and incidents, bringing into confrontation military forces with an excessive military arsenal, including nuclear weapons and bases, which today are abandoned in situ and left to the torments of time.
Since then, this landscape has borne witness to this history, invisible and
inaccessible to the viewer. Thus, nature has masked these military zones, cleaned up human catastrophes, buried historical tragedies and made the unavowable secret.