This braided piece is intended as a conceptual stitching together of the landscape, and was inspired by a high turning leap known as the tour-jeté. Installed at the MacDowell Colony in Peterborough NH.
Social Practice Art
This installation used wheat flour to create a path through the landscape which provoked a new experience of the place and its history. At Taliesin East, the Frank Lloyd Wright School for Architecture in Spring Green Wisconsin.
Braiding a meadow over several days in late May, Cathleen created this piece as a working meditation and celebration of spring. At the Mt. Pisgah Arboretum in Eugene, OR