Built with leftover tree branches, stones and twigs.
The work was temporary and placed in "Magiska Trädgården" in spring / summer of 2015. I wanted to create a place to hide, which is heated by the sun light. If one leans back, one can easily enjoy a blue sky. The title came to after several herons flown past during construction and it looks like a rickety anthill.
”Another way to get along well with the landscape is to ask for permission, for example, to camp or sleep overnight even if not setting up a tent. You wish not to distrub anyone and you wish to be left in peace. To ask for permission and to make wishes is part of our humanity and it improves our reindeer luck. But we should do it as a part of our humanity and not just to improve our reindeer luck.” - Nils Oskal