Project documentations 2014
Ingeborg Blom Andersskog
In my work I seek places where time passes slowly. Nature is my main source of inspiration.
This little tree had died between big ones, and I wanted to make it more visible. The slope of roots gives the impression of one very long root growing through the forrest.
Time and body play an important role in my work, in the process as well as the final result.
With rain the work slowly disappeared into the surroundings.
Echoes and marking, 2014
The work is an observation of remains, natural changes and the light in the forrest, one year after the first workshop at Hardbakka Ruins.
TImE mind air sky PAsT the wind soils water and waves
HIsToRy love rage breath
You wonder if they will be able to find this mark in the strata.
Juanma González Marcos
TA MED HJEM, 2014
Artificial nature. Unnatural lake. Unnatural forest.
Human Beings transform the Earth for their blessing.
And breaks its cycles.
And changes its times.
Past farmer people.
Present thirsty people.
Our Earth will not help us one more time.
Artificial consume. Unnatural fruits. Unnatural lifes.
Julie Lillelien Porter
R E M E M B R A N C E R, 2014
Walk and reading for Isdalskvinnen with mirror, filtered water and Marlboro Beyond Gold with ICEBALL FILTER
Walk around Svartediket
Find the sign to Ulriken
Up through the bit where they have taken down trees
Pass flowering Digitalis Purpurea, foxglove, common foxglove, purple foxglove or lady’s glove Follow the trodden track through the forest
Steepness then flatter
Pass a large stone on your left side
Approach the forested portal
Go through the forested portal
No mobile network
Transference of written text every day of exhibition at 16.00
branches and hemp thread
approximately 2 meters in diameter
uten titel, 2014
Flour, water, planted forest
An intervention into the planted forest of Hardbakka, man made but deceivingly natural. Will necessity of food production closer to home mark it as farmland again?
Untitled (Disenchanted Forest), 2014
Visualizing and interpreting the fear from forest.
Rui Roque Abreu and Lara Freire