Nod Hill Refuge site-specific installation, exhibited at Weir Art Farm, Ridgefield, CT, 2013
31 rit dyed muslin and canvas tie lines, wool, gold and green bamboo string, 12 ceramic tea bowls,
3 weaving chains, variable dimensions apx 58 ft
Binding (Akedah) is an installation at Weir Art Farm in the Nod Hill Refuge. I
dyed muslin fabric green and created tielines to join a smaller tree to a
larger tree. Both trees fell due to the severity of Hurricane Irene in 2011.
Ceramic tea bowls were carefully placed and left on branches. Viewers were
invited to enter this natural yet colonized habitat. The piece was site
specific and ephemeral. It was installed on June 23 - 24, 2012 on a large
fallen oak tree.