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The project is based on site specific research focusing on the performative qualities of different kinds of Kelp as part of the workshopfocusing on subsurface observation and encounter with ‘the other’ in artistic and scientific processes based on a two-day field study of underwater kelp forests in collaboration with a marine biologist, and through hands-on exploration of low-impact harvesting methods as part of the Lofotoen International Art Festival, September, 2019.
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