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Alvaret's Test Field has been rediscovered by many visitors, after the journalist Oddbjörn Andersson wrote his book "Öland's test field - Great Alvaret's best kept secret". The book describes the scientifically important place where aerial photography technology was developed in the 1950s by photogrammetry professor Bertil Hallert. The measurements for this were made using approx. 200 concrete caps. This fine-tuning or calibration of metrics that was going on here can be likened to the artistic process that can happen in the subconscious or under layers of knowledge. CALIBRATION has therefore become a main theme of the exhibition. On 25 of these lids, sculptures will be mounted, created just for Alvaret. The different ways of approaching art and nature are also part of the project idea.