‘Ocean Hope’ exhibition on Norwegian beach

Published on
July 1, 2012

Artist Solveig Egeland and the Fulmar study group in Lista, southern Norway, joined forces to attract public attention for the problems of marine litter.

In the south of Norway the exhibition house ‘Ocean Hope, was created by artist Solveigh Egeland, using beached debris. Information panels illustrate the fulmar research in the area using an enlarged print of an earlier paper published by Kåre Olsen in the journal Vår Fuglefauna. The exhibition will stay on the beach until October.


  • Article in Vår Fuglefauna: Havhesten - en flygende søppelbøtte (in Norwegian)