In 1987, the Norwegian photographers Johan Sandborg, Jens Hauge, Siggen Stinessen and Per Berntsen toured Norway. The final product of this adventure was the collaborative project, Norwegian Landscape 1987, consisting of 43 colour photographs and a montage of postcards. The author discusses the way in which the travel is reflected in the photographers’ work. The text also discusses different aspects of the social situation of car driving related to this project. Norsk Landskap 1987 plays to a lesser degree on “expedition” rhetoric, but rather that of touring with a band. In effect, the works share a casual attitude connected with many contemporary “relational” art-projects.