Modern Nature 2000

A permanent work consisting of six tall (varying between 5 and 6 meters high) aluminium structures, grouped like a glade of trees, each housing a solar panel powering a sound system. The speakers, buried underground in the surrounding landscape, periodically broadcast the call of the male Capercaillie, once extinct from the area but reintroduced at the turn of the century.

Commissioned by the Tyrebagger Trust, for Ellrick Hill, north of Aberdeen.