Kjerstin Uhre is an architect MNAL currently finishing her PhD project in Arctic landscapes at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. Her thesis – The Perforated Landscape – addresses ongoing and contested transitions of outfield landscapes in Sápmi. She holds a diploma from the Bergen School of Architecture and has studied Philosophical Aesthetics at the University in Bergen. Uhre has built, exhibited, taught, debated, and published extensively and she is Director of Dahl & Uhre architects in Tromsø. She is a member of the research group ‘Place, Power and Mobility’ at the University in Tromsø – The Arctic University of Norway.