Installation at the Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo, Ontario, 2005.
Installation: Glass, moss, wax, forest floor, wood, plastic (5 X 5 X 7ft).
See Review in Sculpture Magazine
Five glass casts of various body parts with a moss-like surface, meld seamlessly with additional “living” body parts sculpted in mosses and forest floor materials. Surrounding mosses stretch out lines of the body to form a landscape of hills and valleys. Enclosed in plastic sheeting, viewers can poke their heads through two ventilation openings to smell the moss and its scent of elemental life force.
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