I worked as a technician aiding the successful installation of the wooden structures in Bergen city centre.
Wood Shock is a physical culmination of experimentations created when working with 2″by 2″ pieces of wood. The structures are built as a representation of and as a reaction to specific aspects of Bergen city centre, from the flowing of the river to the tranquillity of the ocean and the over looking Mount Floyen.
Students spent time pre designing these structures before implementing them within Bergen city centre and displaying them as part of Wood Shock. The installation took five days, almost 1,000 pieces of wood and 5,000 screws.