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Homeward Bound

2021

An exhibition at Kaktus in Akureyri where a series of collages, made from an abandoned hornets nest and paper scraps called The Pulp Parellel, were installed alongside sculptures made from trees that come from the same yard as the hornets nest came. Chances are that it was the bark from these trees that the hornets chewed up and used as the pulp to sculpt their nest. The wood sculptures were presented on podiums made from the same trees. The artist graphically highlighted the texture of the bark. Relating to the hornets "handcraft" the artist paper-maché'd the floor of the exhibition space.