A mixed media, hanging (mobile) art consisting of three pillow like panels representing three pages of a book about death. The subject is a commentary on the destruction of our forests, symbolizing the imminent self-destruction of mankind. The three pillows are printed with images of cut down trees from the "Ravaged Forest" series, with superimposed text. They are all sown together with coloured threads and hang in a scroll-like fashion from a real tree branch in the shape of a wishbone, representing an optimistic plea.
The text reads as follows:
"In my mind I conjure up images from post holocaust documentary films of the death camps taken by the allied forces. Bodies piled up one on to of the other, as the bulldozers shovel them into the massive graves. Trees symbolize life. Cut down, they give me an ominous feeling that foreshadows an end of humanity."
This art piece was created for the "A Book About Death" exhibition, April 2010 and will remain in the permanent collection the Museum of Modern Art, MoMA-Wales, UK.