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Schillig Watt & Wilhelmshaven

National Park Wattenmeer at Schillig, Germany

Schillig was the site in the Wattenmeer for all the sampling, photography and documentation for the “at low tide” project.  Shillig’s sandy shoreline at the edge of the National Park Wattenmeer (North Sea) proved to be both a visually stimulating spot for photography as well as provided safe access for research.

Wattenmeer shoreline - Schillig, Germany

Wattenmeer shoreline - Schillig, Germany

S.L.A.P. – Social Land Art Project – provided facilties for the “at low tide” artists in Wilhelmshaven, from which they could access the Schillig watt over a week’s period.  The Institut fuer Chemie und Biologie des Meeres (ICBM-Wilhelmshaven) – [Institute for Chemistry and Biology of the Ocean] – der Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg served as a research base for scientific and technical assistance.  ICBM is the primary research facility of the University of Oldenburg for research of the oceanic sciences and related fields.

Twilight - ICBM, Wilhelmshaven, Germany

Twilight - Wilhelmshaven, Germany

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