By Naomi Seki
A wooden sculpture using douglas fir and a birch tree side by side comparing the natural & manmade.
We finally learned to live and let live. When will the tree grow taller than the sculpture?
The piece compares the natural and manmade, organic and geometrical – the breathing and quiet between a tree and a sculpture.
Naoimi Seki made a work as being a tree in a sculpture, 500 or 720cm high, 270cm wide, 560cm deep by wood as she wanted to compare natural and manmade, organic and geometrical, breathing and quiet between a tree and a sculpture.
Made from Douglas Fir, the sculpture is 7.2m tall, 2.7m wide and 5.6m deep. The tree is a birch which is about 3 metres tall. This tree was chosen as it had to be strong enough to survive every season in Lough Boora Parklands and this type of tree can.
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