©2018 by Glaciers On The Move.



October 6th, 2019

Our exhibition is now on display at the Svalbard Museum! The opening yesterday was a huge success and we would like to sincerely thank everyone who came!

A big thank you to the Svalbard Museum and to all of you who followed our live stream on Facebook!

Thank you to the Svalbard folkehøgskole and Alta folkehøgskole for visiting us in the morning, and for all your great questions.

The exhibition will be in place at the museum until the end of December :) Plenty of time to see it during the dark season.

A special thanks to Silvia Galli, Sophie Cordon and Yann Rashid for your help with the opening!


October 1st, 2019

It is Heidi's time to tell us how she feels about the conclusion of the first part of this project, 4 days before the opening of the exhibition at the Svalbard Museum!

"It feels pretty surreal to think that about 2 years of work will be revealed in a few days. I am so proud of the work we have achieved. There's a little bit for everyone, whether you are interested in the Science, the Photography, the drone shots, the sounds of glaciers, our exhibition will be a cocktail of different media. Our exhibition opening will be our chance to thank all of those who have helped us, and there are so many! It will be great to celebrate with them all and we certainly hope that they will be happy with our work. I really feel that these types of projects have a huge potential. There are so many ways we can communicate our science, and Glaciers On The Move is just one of them. Can't wait to be saturday! Do not miss our live feed on our facebook page, and watch this space for loads of updates!"


September 30th, 2019

The exhibition is opening Soon! David Wrangborg, photographer and co-leader of Glaciers On The Move shares with us his impressions:

"I’m very excited to finally unveil the results of the work we have put in Glaciers on the Move, up to this point, in an exhibition. The dedicated work on an exhibition has been a new experience and challenge in my photographic endeavor. The camera usually mostly follows me along into the nature and wilderness and I capture the moments as they are presented to me. This project has forced me to be more focused on one subject and try to capture a more complete collection of a phenomenon. This has been both challenging and fun. It has also driven me into taking photos that are a bit outside my normal style. Both in terms of composition, where for example the foreground has been allowed more space than in my earlier work, and in a technical sense, where the use of a drone is the foremost example. I’m proud of the work I have achieved and look forward to present it to Longyearbyen's inhabitants as well as to the visitors."


September 29th 2019

Heidi Sevestre has just co-authored a new study on surging glacier, and the results can be found in the Journal of Glaciology!

In a few words, this study explains why most glaciers do not surge, while only a small minority surge. It's all about that heat!


September 7th 2019

It’s happening! 1 month to go!

Come and meet us for the opening of the exhibition at the Svalbard Museum (Kunsthall) on the 5th of October!


Register to the event on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/392553234741161/

We are so excited to show you everything we’ve been working on for the past 2 years!

📸 from the great David Wrangborg of course! Many many more to see at the museum!


March 28, 2019

We have collected a lot of very exciting video material (mostly drone) over the last two field campaigns are would like to compile them into a nature documentary entitled "A Surging Landscape".

We are currently looking a production company with a strong interest in Science and Nature. 

Get in touch with us if you'd be interested in joining our team!


December 23, 2018

Merry Christmas everyone!

2018 has been such an amazing year for us, with two unforgettable expeditions to Svalbard and tons of memories!

We would like to take this chance to thank all our fantastic team mates namely Miriam Marquardt, Anne Elina Flink, Nina Adjanin, Charles Amory and Anatoly Sinitsyn!

And our partners without whom none of this would be possible! First and Foremost the Svalbard Environmental Protection Fund, The Svalbard Museum, Project Pressure, Svalbard booking, Svalbard Cruise, Lyo Food, and Enlaps!

We wish you a great Christmas and New Year. Can’t wait for 2019!


December 19, 2018

Discover our amazing french tech partner Enlaps who are building the time lapse cameras we are using with David Wrangborg on this project. Heidi has answered a few questions about the use of time lapse in glaciology! Link below :)


December 18, 2018

We have just received confirmation that our exhibition at the northernmost museum in the world, the Svalbard Museum, will take place from the 1st of October to the 31st of December 2019! Come and join the fun :)