To prepare the upcoming EcoArt project HESJE in collaboration with Hurtigruten, Lise Wulff visited the beautiful islands of Lofoten, Norway. The project consists of two parts; first, Hurtigruten’s passengers and crew will pick garbage along the coastline of Norway. Second, the garbage will be mounted on a fish rack in order to visualize the amount of plastic that is in our oceans.
Here follows some photos from the trip:
The fish rack below is situated in Svolvær. It is among the largest ones. Normally, the fish is hanging to dry from February/March to May/June, but this one still had fish heads hanging.