MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT
Marsibil E. lives on a farm and a Weather Station in the far East of Iceland.She grew up there with her parents, six sisters and one brother. She married a fisherman and gave birth to a daughter and a son.Time went by, her family moved away, the fish is gone and the sea level much higher.
But Marsibil is still here. All by herself. And she is still there when the winter comes and the daylight goes. The deep winter darkness is only cut by the neverending circulating lights of the lighthouse, the moon and from time to time, the northern lights. During that time, the place can only be reached by boat. And while the temperatures can sink beneath -10 degrees and the snow is covering almost everything, Marsibil leaves the house to read the sea and the clouds and the measuring instruments of the weather station. She has to do it every three hours, day and night, and she does it. No matter what.
Marsibil did not only decide to spend her whole life at one of the most remote places in Iceland, ahe also decided to live a life which is regualated by the rhythm of the sea and the weather report.
This Project is a "Work in Progress". It will be told in two chapters and released in two books.