These prints are called Virtual Woodcut. The images show spaces that are  rooted in Virtual Woodscape (see more about that under prints in the menu). Each motive is a selection from the landscape contour map which defines the shape of Virtual Woodscape. Mounting on the wall is easy. When suspended on threads hanging freely, they may resonate with sounds that support a minimal, multimedial experience.

 

For context, here is a read about the background and development of these works, a text (in English) from Trondheim Art Museum 2011: Yngve Zakarias presents his 80’s works in Trondheim Art Museum, further context: Virtual Woodscape and also projects in collections, all here on bildfilmtext.com