SWARM is a windsculpture made of 1000 cutlery knives, which are attached to a matrix of fishing lines inside of an contianer-sized wooden frame.
By the constant movement of the knives around their own axis, they remind of remind of a shimmering school of herring, the”’ silver of the seas”.
The container stands as a symbol tor globalization and worldwide trade, the knives for the killing act of fish.
The Installation was placed in front of the Herring Museum and invites visitors to think about the worldwide problem of overfishing the oceans.
Public space, Siglufjördur, Iceland