The Shore Crabs at Solbergstrand


A Sunday walk on amongst critters and sea wrack
living on and under boulders on sandy bottom





Undersea Fieldwork



 

Tube-Building Annelids (Pomatoceros triqueter)
the fantastic marine architects


 


Clay works


#1 Making a C
ambro-Silurian imprint at Frognerstranda

May 23, 2018 (12-17 h), gypsum maker Jean Waldemar Hoff and landscape architect Elin T. Sørensen made imprints from the Cambro-Silurian texture at the natural rocky shore at Frognerstranda. Time-lapse animasjon Elin T. Sørensen © BONO 2018/2020. Editing Jon Gorospe.



#2 Norsk Teknisk Porcelain, Fredrikstad


January 16, 2020, landscape architect Elin T. Sørensen experimented with clay-imprints from a plaster model with Cambro-Silurian texture at the natural rocky shore at Frognerstranda. Time-lapse animasjon
Elin T. Sørensen © BONO 2018/2020. Editing Jon Gorospe.

#3 Workshop with the Korean clay artists Hyangjong Oh & Nari Kwon

May 19-23, 2019, landscape architect Elin T. Sørensen participated in a workshop led by the Korean clay artists Hyangjong Oh & & Nari Kwon while creating an installation in raw clay at Fjøset, Ringebu parsonage. In order to gain experience with clay, the landscape architect participated in building a clay column with a diameter of 60 cm that rose to the ceiling. Clay is a nature-based non-toxic material, and the landscape architect's interest in porcelain and clay is part of exploring marine friendly materials.

Time-lapse animasjon Elin T. Sørensen © BONO 2020. Editing Jon Gorospe.



#4 A
3-D printer builds porcelain tiles inspired by the tube-building annelid worm (
Pomatoceros triqueter)


April 2020, we carried out an experiment printing digital fabricated porcelain tiles with a diversity-enhancing texture inspired by tube-building annelids.
3-D models created by Ivar Kjellmo & Elin T. Sørensen 2020. 3-D printing and time-lapse animasjon shot by artist & creative technologist Boris Kourtoukov. Editing Jon Gorospe.