For some art projects you just cant avoid having to use a plinth. It makes your work stand out against the clean lines and neat paintjob.
In Fjaler, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway, artists Per Kristian Nygård and Cameron Robbins construct a plywood exhibition plinth (sokkel) - with accessories - for the project at Harefossen (the 'rabbit' waterfall) late spring while the meltwater is raging.
With assistance from Nordic Artists Centre Dalsåsen Norway. All the artists in residence and associates also helped with filming and logistics -thank you.