‘Driftwood’ brings into question politicising and romanticising human migration based on differentiating it from

any other movements in nature. Historically, the wood drifting to the shores of Iceland has been a precious

material in the mostly woodless island, hence returning driftwood to the sea is a quiet yet rebellious act against

the economic and political perspective on migrations.

Comissioned piece for the  Vestur í Bláin multidisciplinary art project, Reykjavik, 2020.

Collaboration with Ewa Marcinek.

Music by Julius Pollux.

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