Temporary installation on Mt. Sandviksfjellet, Bergen, Norway, including four banners (height; 3 meter., total length; 50 meter.) displaying the words; "Gud, Kong Harald, Norge" (God, King Harald, Norway) December 2005.
Other parts of the project were a set of campaign buttons and a poster displayed behind the managing director's desk at Hordaland Kunstsenter.
From the catalogue:
"In January 1991, shortly after the outbreak of the war in the Gulf, I happened to discover the words "God, King Hassan and Morocco", written with stones on the hillside above Agadir. Later, I realized that similar words also must have been inscribed in the Norwegian bedrocks once. Over the years, the letters and words have become overrun and they are therefore difficult to recognize. I am however sure that it will be possible for you to trace them, if you just examine the mountains around Bergen thoroughly enough. That is probably also the reason why the mountains are so important for the people in Bergen."
Bodil Garvik, "Gå på oppdagelsestur med GPS", Bergens Tidende, December 9th, 2005
Linn Gjerstad, "Hollywood på Sandviksfjellet", Bergensavisen, December 13th, 2005
"Hollywood-skilt på Sandviksfjellet", TV2 Nettavisen, December 13th, 2005
"Hvorfor skal det stå Gud på fjellet mitt?", Bergensavisen, December 14th, 2005
Ragnhild Margretha Taranger, "Byfjell-baluba i Bergen", ABC Nyheter, December 16th, 2005
Marie Hauge, "Bokstavelig talt i fjellsiden", Bergens Tidende, December 17th, 2005
"Gud, Kong Harald, Norge", Morgenbladet, December 26th, 2005