The exhibition is designed as an artistic abstraction over the ancient primaeval forest and takes visitors on a journey millions of years back in time. Back to the time when amber started life as tree sap. Through a unique display of amber, visitors can experience the past as small snapshots captured in amber.
The exhibition design features 32 stylized tree trunks with built-in montres, a soft forest floor of rubber granules and a pattern of light - as if the sun was shining down through the treetops. To complement the abstract forest, Yoke created a 5-metre-high audiovisual backdrop by animating the unique artwork
"Oksbølbilledet" by the artist Otto Frello. This way, visitors enter an immersive exhibition, where the baltic amber forest is brought to life while revealing many unique artefacts and stories to explore.
Location: Møns Klint, Denmark
Photography: Yoke and Stine Bundgaard