Searching for the perfect fish rack
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.