Curated by EJ Lightman
In-Sight consists of trees planted in a spiral formation.The outside diameter of the spiral is 33-36 feet. Positioned in the centre of the spiral, is a boulder, 3 ft by 2 ft by 2ft.
Gwen MacGregor's audio installation Chirpy, Chirpy, Cheep, Cheep is situated in an abandoned tool shed along the roadside.
Mining the repositories of memory, Anne O'Callaghan reconstructs the natural and human histories issuing from this site. In Relic of Memory, domestic and architectural structures fabricated from contemporary industrial materials are introduced into the environment.
The materiality of Tim Whiten''s composite piece is reduced to the essential element of his chosen site: the Pre-Cambrian shield. Danse includes two skeletal figures sand-blasted into the rock. Rendered on the slope of a hill, the first figure is dark and visible from a distance, beckoning us towards the second which lies on higher ground.
Nestled in a forest clearing, Robert Wiens' installation Log II reads initially as a fallen tree, its shape and size mirroring those flanking it in this grove. Closer examination reveals a composite structure. Single branches gathered from the immediate site are trimmed and tightly intertwined. Bundled together, the branches create the illusion of a solid trunk. Different trees and different woods are used, yet the colour is uniform. The surface texture, which mimics bark, is produced from the action of weaving the twigs.