2005, 08:00 minutes, colour, English
Tom Sherman improvises a video performance in the filtered sunlight beneath a stand of Norway pine. Louis Wamboldt, of South Brookfield, Nova Scotia, created this elegant stand of pine trees, cutting out diseased trees and thinning the stand year to year until the market for these towering trees collapsed due to automated clear cutting. It isn’t worth his time to try to sell them now. Wamboldt’s pines, planted and groomed for harvest, stand impossibly beautiful in their breathtaking silence. Naturally, some of them have fallen. The space Wamboldt has created is a geometric wonder of vertical, diagonal and horizontal lines. Sherman examines Wamboldt’s work.
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