Hå gamle prestegard, Hå, Norway
Site specific installations
On the second floor of the barn, under a leaky roof, is a strange building. It has the shape of a simplified house, but at the same time it seems fragile. Coming closer I notice that it is made from about 600 white 1,5-2m long units hanging from the ceiling. It is actually made from wax drippings, which makes it extremely fragile. Some parts are even broken off, by visitors or maybe by the draft. This just shows how fragile the construction is, and I get a sense of how massive work it must have been to construct this.
On the other side of the same hall is a spider web of white string connected to the ceiling and floor. In the center is not a spider, but a scissor completely wrapped in the string. In a scissor-paper-rock game scissor would win over paper, like it would over string. But here string is the winner. The web has won over the spider.