The main gallery space at Fjúk offers a more accessible alternative to the typical white cube, with walls densely and haphazardly clad with bits of recycled wood.

The exhibition this summer showcases work by artists from the local studio and those which have participated in the residency. The focus point is a giant wall collage called the Greater Arctic Garbage Patch - a collection of found objects, drawings, text, toys and packaging from around the world, colour coordinated and mounted across the space. Adjacent to this are a series of animations inspired by the lunar eclipse and a sound piece using field recordings from the local area.