Kjerringøy Land Art Biennale / KLAB is an international, interdisciplinary and site-specific land art biennale established in 2007.  I participated for a week from 29th May to 5th June 2015 and made three bodies of work.

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“Mind the Gap” – A jaw of rock once cracked open, now rejoined, tenuously, by slender sticks and straws.

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Along the main roadsides: About 50 “Hufty tufts” were enjoying looking at the artists from around the world.


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“Connected” – A dislocated rock, reconnected to the mainland by dried and cleaned cowparsley sticks.

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  1. Jaonahfisch
    May 3, 2018



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