Getting Ready for Mars
series of interventions / publication, 2004 - 2008
In an attempt to study a new place, a "research station" was set up in a landscape in the south of Norway. A 2 x 2 meter cube made of plastic netting served as a device to “record” changes and collect “data samples.” A whole variety of curious finds were observed and studied during a three month expedition. The results were published in a form of a pseudo scientific magazine: Getting Ready for Mars - an ironic response to media coverage of the landing of “twin exploration rovers” on Mars.