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Allanngorpoq 1 : A hunter waits for seal from his sledge at the border between sea ice and open sea - Over the last few decades, Greenland’s society has undergone profound evolution. Thus, as the environment shifts, its people begin to embrace Western lifestyles and modes of consumption in parallel. Supermarkets, churches and cell phones are slowly making their way into Inuit culture. For the teenagers in the major towns the memories of seal hunting trips are long gone. And when they still occur in the northernmost dwellings the traditional outfits made from animal hides mix with modern fabrics, boats are used in combination with sledges.  These radical and rapid changes raise questions about society and identity, and divide public opinion in Greenland. Its people are torn between a desire to catch up with the modern world, and a feeling that they are an ice population which, like the ice itself, is slowly melting away.  “Allanngorpoq” in Greenlandic can be translated as “being...
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Allanngorpoq 10 : View from Qaanaaq edge of town - Over the last few decades, Greenland’s society has undergone profound evolution. Thus, as the environment shifts, its people begin to embrace Western lifestyles and modes of consumption in parallel. Supermarkets, churches and cell phones are slowly making their way into Inuit culture. For the teenagers in the major towns the memories of seal hunting trips are long gone. And when they still occur in the northernmost dwellings the traditional outfits made from animal hides mix with modern fabrics, boats are used in combination with sledges.  These radical and rapid changes raise questions about society and identity, and divide public opinion in Greenland. Its people are torn between a desire to catch up with the modern world, and a feeling that they are an ice population which, like the ice itself, is slowly melting away.  “Allanngorpoq” in Greenlandic can be translated as “being transformed”.
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Allanngorpoq 2 : An employee unloads boxes onto a sled in front of two boats trapped in the ice - Over the last few decades, Greenland’s society has undergone profound evolution. Thus, as the environment shifts, its people begin to embrace Western lifestyles and modes of consumption in parallel. Supermarkets, churches and cell phones are slowly making their way into Inuit culture. For the teenagers in the major towns the memories of seal hunting trips are long gone. And when they still occur in the northernmost dwellings the traditional outfits made from animal hides mix with modern fabrics, boats are used in combination with sledges.  These radical and rapid changes raise questions about society and identity, and divide public opinion in Greenland. Its people are torn between a desire to catch up with the modern world, and a feeling that they are an ice population which, like the ice itself, is slowly melting away.  “Allanngorpoq” in Greenlandic can be translated as “being...
Allanngorpoq 2
Allanngorpoq 3 : Fishing is one of the main activities in Greenland, and its industry is the country’s second largest employer after the public sector - Over the last few decades, Greenland’s society has undergone profound evolution. Thus, as the environment shifts, its people begin to embrace Western lifestyles and modes of consumption in parallel. Supermarkets, churches and cell phones are slowly making their way into Inuit culture. For the teenagers in the major towns the memories of seal hunting trips are long gone. And when they still occur in the northernmost dwellings the traditional outfits made from animal hides mix with modern fabrics, boats are used in combination with sledges.  These radical and rapid changes raise questions about society and identity, and divide public opinion in Greenland. Its people are torn between a desire to catch up with the modern world, and a feeling that they are an ice population which, like the ice itself, is slowly melting away.  “Allanngorpoq”...
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Allanngorpoq 4 : The largest cities have their own housing projects - Over the last few decades, Greenland’s society has undergone profound evolution. Thus, as the environment shifts, its people begin to embrace Western lifestyles and modes of consumption in parallel. Supermarkets, churches and cell phones are slowly making their way into Inuit culture. For the teenagers in the major towns the memories of seal hunting trips are long gone. And when they still occur in the northernmost dwellings the traditional outfits made from animal hides mix with modern fabrics, boats are used in combination with sledges.  These radical and rapid changes raise questions about society and identity, and divide public opinion in Greenland. Its people are torn between a desire to catch up with the modern world, and a feeling that they are an ice population which, like the ice itself, is slowly melting away.  “Allanngorpoq” in Greenlandic can be translated as “being transformed”.
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Allanngorpoq 5 : Frank’s outfit reflects current evolutions in clothing: although “kamik” (traditional boots) and pants made from animal hides and furs are still used, more modern materials are also appearing - Over the last few decades, Greenland’s society has undergone profound evolution. Thus, as the environment shifts, its people begin to embrace Western lifestyles and modes of consumption in parallel. Supermarkets, churches and cell phones are slowly making their way into Inuit culture. For the teenagers in the major towns the memories of seal hunting trips are long gone. And when they still occur in the northernmost dwellings the traditional outfits made from animal hides mix with modern fabrics, boats are used in combination with sledges.  These radical and rapid changes raise questions about society and identity, and divide public opinion in Greenland. Its people are torn between a desire to catch up with the modern world, and a feeling that they are an ice population which...
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Allanngorpoq 6 : Qaanaaq’s wooden church on the outskirts of town in the midnight light of April - Over the last few decades, Greenland’s society has undergone profound evolution. Thus, as the environment shifts, its people begin to embrace Western lifestyles and modes of consumption in parallel. Supermarkets, churches and cell phones are slowly making their way into Inuit culture. For the teenagers in the major towns the memories of seal hunting trips are long gone. And when they still occur in the northernmost dwellings the traditional outfits made from animal hides mix with modern fabrics, boats are used in combination with sledges.  These radical and rapid changes raise questions about society and identity, and divide public opinion in Greenland. Its people are torn between a desire to catch up with the modern world, and a feeling that they are an ice population which, like the ice itself, is slowly melting away.  “Allanngorpoq” in Greenlandic can be translated as “being...
Allanngorpoq 6
Allanngorpoq 7 : The hunting of sea mammals still occurs in the north of the country, and involves a seven-hour journey across forty kilometers of sea ice to reach the open water - Over the last few decades, Greenland’s society has undergone profound evolution. Thus, as the environment shifts, its people begin to embrace Western lifestyles and modes of consumption in parallel. Supermarkets, churches and cell phones are slowly making their way into Inuit culture. For the teenagers in the major towns the memories of seal hunting trips are long gone. And when they still occur in the northernmost dwellings the traditional outfits made from animal hides mix with modern fabrics, boats are used in combination with sledges.  These radical and rapid changes raise questions about society and identity, and divide public opinion in Greenland. Its people are torn between a desire to catch up with the modern world, and a feeling that they are an ice population which, like the ice itself, is slowly...
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Allanngorpoq 8 : Typical house in Qaanaaq with no running water - Over the last few decades, Greenland’s society has undergone profound evolution. Thus, as the environment shifts, its people begin to embrace Western lifestyles and modes of consumption in parallel. Supermarkets, churches and cell phones are slowly making their way into Inuit culture. For the teenagers in the major towns the memories of seal hunting trips are long gone. And when they still occur in the northernmost dwellings the traditional outfits made from animal hides mix with modern fabrics, boats are used in combination with sledges.  These radical and rapid changes raise questions about society and identity, and divide public opinion in Greenland. Its people are torn between a desire to catch up with the modern world, and a feeling that they are an ice population which, like the ice itself, is slowly melting away.  “Allanngorpoq” in Greenlandic can be translated as “being transformed”.
Allanngorpoq 8
Allanngorpoq 9 : At the edge of the sea ice at around 1 a.m., hunters cut up the seals brought back by the boat after the hunt - Over the last few decades, Greenland’s society has undergone profound evolution. Thus, as the environment shifts, its people begin to embrace Western lifestyles and modes of consumption in parallel. Supermarkets, churches and cell phones are slowly making their way into Inuit culture. For the teenagers in the major towns the memories of seal hunting trips are long gone. And when they still occur in the northernmost dwellings the traditional outfits made from animal hides mix with modern fabrics, boats are used in combination with sledges.  These radical and rapid changes raise questions about society and identity, and divide public opinion in Greenland. Its people are torn between a desire to catch up with the modern world, and a feeling that they are an ice population which, like the ice itself, is slowly melting away.  “Allanngorpoq” in Greenlandic can be...
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