Reflecting the movement of water as it winds down to the sea, a fluid sculpture composed of an aerial network of white painted branches suspended above the burn in the snowdrop woods on Cambo Estate. A site-specific installation that uses branches from a beech tree that came down during the 2012 storms, painted with white clay to link with this flower, symbolic of rebirth, becoming visible in the shadows of the valley. The white branches, lit at night during 'snowdrops by starlight', create a floating and ephemeral river amongst the vertical lines of the trees, that reflects the meandering and horizontal movement of water below. This installation remains in place until mid April 2014 during the snowdrop festival.

white stream

cambo house, st andrews, scotland

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photos : jane norbury

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