Ingredients: oyster shells, local stones, local sand local water and ash + engraved text.
A public sculpture made for National Park Skjoldungernes Land.
In relation to Fjordens Dag at Herslev Strand 250 original Danish flat oysters where cooked on bon fire and served on the sculpture.
Tabby is a type of concrete made by burning oyster shells to create lime, then mixing it with water, sand, ash and broken oyster shells. Tabby was used by early Spanish settlers in present-day North Carolina and Florida, then by English colonists primarily in coastal South Carolina and Georgia.
A tabby is also any domestic cat (Felis catus) with an 'M' on its forehead.
Photos: Andreas Elkjær