“Ta et kart” was a site spesific art-project performed at Berger in Svelvik (Norway), autumn 2017. The prints were outside for two months in all kinds of stormy skies – please take a close look to see how beautiful nature have marked them.
I gave the visitors a map in the gallery, so they could take the hike up to the prints that were absorbing the fantastic nature overlooking Fossekleiva.
This artwork is inspired by nature, made for nature and worn by nature, from being outside through all kinds of weather, letting nature add to them they bring back the silence of being out there.
The prints were handpulled in a series of 30. Some of them taken by wind, and the total edition is now 23.
Monotype; chineese waterprint, lino, carborundum
size 50 x 50 cm
I advice to frame the print hanging freely in a boxed frame to clearly see all the traces nature gave it during the months outside.