Seaweed lamps
Iceland is a country above the tree line - it is a cold and windy landscape. However, the waters surrounding Iceland do in fact harbour many forests below the waves. 
During my residency in Sttiovarfjtirour, a small town of 200 people in eastern Iceland, I worked with native seaweeds from the local beach.
I used washed up Laminaria digitata & hyperborea (Brown Kelps) alongside Palmaria palmata (Dulse) & Porphyra umbilicalis (Laver/ Nori) to create sculptural and functional pieces using dried seaweed. ​​​​​​​