The work is based on observations of catchment areas and the meaning of water for the local society, culture and history, tied to the global landscape. Today this water is monitored by digital measuring stations, which provide data for the weather forecast, power prognoses and the management of water resources in Norway.
The series consists of reworked maps which depict the hydraulic relationships in the landscape around Øystese. These maps give insight into the degree of humidity in the ground and run off from rain and snow melts. The information about water has been removed from the landscape (decollage) and in this way points to the possibility of absence and changes in the landscape.
Exhibition View: FJORDMELK JORDTÅKE