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Forest Of Dean Raw
England

Raw - Neville Gabie 2001.

An entire oak tree, planted in 1800's to provide timber for warships, and felled to reveal a glade in the woodland, exposing the floor to the sky. The entire tree is reconstituted as a sculpture, constructed of cubes of timber, using as much of the tree as possible. Mass reformed.©FDST

Copyright: Geoff Mather
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Uploaded: 11/07/2009
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