Sat January 29 - Sat February 26, 2022

Joan Wulf: Echoes

Joan Wulf
http://www.joanwulf.com

Joan Wulf views trees as record keepers, storing memory and time into their thick bark, their layered rings. They map out years of feast and famine, reflecting the state of the environment around them. They pass information through the mycelial mats of the forest floor, communicating and sharing resources with the trees around them. Out of these relationships and physical points of connection grows a community--the forest.
Joan Wulf
http://www.joanwulf.com

Joan Wulf views trees as record keepers, storing memory and time into their thick bark, their layered rings. They map out years of feast and famine, reflecting the state of the environment around them. They pass information through the mycelial mats of the forest floor, communicating and sharing resources with the trees around them. Out of these relationships and physical points of connection grows a community--the forest.
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