Woodland Portrait Project

Stream of Consciousness
Listening Station
Leave to Remain
The Ant-ic Museum
Empathy (Would Circle)
Sum Tyms Bytin Sum Tyms Bit
This Vibrant Turf
Be My Mother, I Said to the Trees
Looking at Bees
The Unseeables
Ask the Wild
Ant-ic Actions
Mycorrhizal Meditation
Plant Hunting
Wood to World
Rubbing in a Wood
Uncommon Chemistry
Intimate Relations
Thirteen Blackbirds
Actaeon's Second Look
Wild Word
Holes and Humps
Woodland Portrait Project
Workshops & Lectures

Woodland Portrait Project was an immersive multidisciplinary installation for Peacock Visual Arts Aberdeen, mirroring the discovery and detail found in woodland, where disparate large and small things nest and entangle to produce a unique ecology. Large sculptural drawings (made via monumental tree rubbings) acted as macro structures, dividing the space visually, some acting as projection screens. Paintings, sculptures, prints, videos, audio, and photographs were tucked around the drawing installations. All the work was made with iShoreham Woods in Kent.

Link to STV video tour of the installation