grass burn after form is removed

letter forms left on grass for 2 weeks

The HOPE Project is comprised to 2 separate installations that relate to the glass half full/ glass half empty concept. The first installation is a “Grass Burn” of the word HOPE. Letters were place on the grass for a couple of weeks and then removed to reveal the dead grass underneath. It will take several weeks for the grass to grow back and the process will be photographed daily to become a time lapse video. This represents the HOPE-full part of the project. The HOPE-less segment will be done with ice, similar to my  past projects- See Justify. This project is part of the exhibition, Eco-Madness at Gallery Gachet in Vancouver BC.

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