An attempt to interact with the local environment of Northern Scotland and its different species through the medium of biodegradable and edible plastic sheets. A lichen embedded piece was left by in the highlands for a couple of night with a wildlife camera trap, with the intend to attract deer or other wildlife. During the first hours a 40mph wind rose. The camera fell on its side, away from the bioplastic piece, and recorded hours of wobbly mountains and dancing heather. While this recording was at first a little frustrating, it became evident this footage recorded a very important part of the setting. The weather, mountain and heather are key players in the tarn environment and deserved to be recorded as such.
This experiment was in collaboration with nature, on nature’s terms