short term intervention at Bygda 2.0, artist residency 2017, Stokkya, Norway
visual intervention for moor and sea
At the end of May, when the nights in northern Trøndelag are barely noticeable and the two hours around midnight are characterized by a slight twilight, the rocky moorland on the island has a particularly atmospheric charm. With luminous ribbons, I trace the bank edges of the freshwater moors that are embedded on this part of the coastal boarder to the arctic sea.
The work remained just for the short twilight, the two hours of slight dimming, bevor the sun rises again at 3 a.m. in the morning. The visual and atmospheric interconnection of the glowing material and the process of the changing light was documented by a series of photographs.