Grass seed and soil. Stories emerged from the soil of this installation within the conservatory at the Royal Tasmanian Botanic Gardens. This detail is of the hand clipping required every three to four days.
Grass seed and soil. This installation was commissioned to celebrate the opening of the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery at the Inveresk Railyards . During the redevelopment of the museum site, many clues to its previous use were muted. Designing a garden that gradually started to tell stories of the past seemed a small act of revenge.
Grass seed text and soil. This garden remembered the original inhabitants of the Hobart region and the colonial era of commerce.
Grass text and soil. The garden needed to be tended everyday.
Grass text and soil.