Since the first spacecraft was sent into outer space we have been gathering space junk. Graveyard Orbit was invented in the 1970s as a way of separating active satellites from inactive satellites. Its location is the furthest part of orbit from earth. One of the major issues with graveyard orbit is that is becoming an obstacle for rockets and spacecraft as the chances for hitting space debris are rising, which could damage missions.
The sculpture Graveyard Orbit represents this location in a scaled-down clinical reproduction in anodised aluminium, containing both current and future space debris, such as: commercials signs, satellites, parts of spacecraft, coca cola cans, bill boards, junk from space tourism etc.