A forest

Chromogenic prints from negative, paint. Fabric dyed with moss, herbs, leaves and bark. Wood frame. Icelandic wool.
Exhibited at Kiosk Project Spoace, Nida, Lithuania, 2019.

I am trying to make sense of a forest. Not a particular forest, but an idea of a forest. I want to make a monument to a forest, with hidden symbols, colours, smells. I started with an image of a dust of snow on a tree. The snow is impermanent. Like a forest. Like any language I use to describe it. A forest is vast. My monument is simple, contained. Personal. Domestic. A forest is contained. I am vast.

Installation images by Julija Navarskaitė.