Various works and actions which are part of an ongoing exploration into the watery components of the landscape: places which the inhabitants of Bergen once frequented, but which are now largely seen as belonging to industry (despite the right of anyone to occupy most of the water surrounding the city). Painted flags and occupation of the fjords are intended to encourage residents to reconsider and make use of their own right to this public space.
Below top: Puddefjorden Flag (map using toxic cadmium pigments to visualise toxic PCB and mercury in Puddefjorden)
Below middle: Play flags for a voyage
Below bottom: Blueprint for a rowing trip, and photographs of the maiden voyage of The Boat Untitled
The maiden voyage of The Boat Untitled (alternative journey) was a collaborative performance with Dale Rothenberg and Robert Carter.
The maiden voyage of the boat untitled (a salvaged fibreglass rowing boat) was a rowing trip from the east side of Store Lungegårdsvannet to the gallery of the United Sardine Factory (USF Visningsrommet) on the opening night of the exhibition Make Me Destroy Me. This journey, taken as an alternative to reaching USF over land, was carried out by three artists, united in curiosity and a romantic desire to take to the seas.