IT’S HARD TO BE DOWN WHEN
What is the connection between life and death? When a tree is uprooted, does it die or does it start a new life in a new form? A tension between a luminous green light descending deeper down into the ground and the tree rising higher up. Or is it the other way around? Is the world of life not residing deep in the soil where all the decaying, rotting and deteriorating are feeding it. What is the ground on which we stand, stretch our roots and grow our rhizomatic connections?
Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh, with Anna Danielewicz, Tomas Palmer and Rachael Simpson