Ascension 1, Ascension2, Ascension3

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The installation Ascension acts as a collection of influences on an unformed new series of work dealing with biodiversity, constructions of utopia, institutional collections and individual narratives engaged in the reconstruction of nature. Ascension refers to the Ascension Island a remote and desolate point in the South Atlantic that in the mid nineteenth century was planted from the stock of the Kew Gardens in London resulting in the artificial creation of a tropical cloud forest. The mixed media installation spatially explores the motivations, histories, narratives and found material of a project in formation.
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