An Enemy of the People in Oslo

by Rimini Protokoll



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Name: Lena Moen
Age: 37
District: Østensjø
Nationality: Norwegian
I live with my family.

Right now I am on maternity leave. Usually I work at The Labour and Welfare Service. I work with the drug-addicted and the paperless. I’m the project manager of a cannabis-dependency programme for youth.

I belong to the mothers, the family orientated, the everyday people, the music lovers, the smokers and the naughty ones but I do not belong to the ones who take themselves too seriously, the ones who focuses on appearance or the ones who are concerned with symbols.

I have lived in Oslo since I was 22. I moved here from Trondheim, partly because I needed some nice weather and partly because my friends lived here. We lived in Grønland for 10 years, and then we moved out of the centre when we had children. We did not want to move too far out from the centre though. From here it takes only 10 minutes down to Grønland. I appreciate Oslo’s access to the forests, and the diversity of cultural events.

I have never seen An Enemy of the People. When I hear the quote “the strongest man in the world is the one standing the most alone” I think about the social psychology experiments from the 60’s – the ones who focuses on the convincing of the masses, and that you are convinced about the majority being right, even though you can see that they are wrong.

As a family we have turned from rock to children’s theatre after we had children.

I am taking the tube from Høyenhall to the theatre.