New Environmental Art from Taiwan
Council for Cultural Affairs, Taiwan
Taipei Cultural Center of TECO, New York
Presented in Partnership by
The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education
and Asian Arts Initiative, Philadelphia
Film documentation by Gary San Angel
Ping-yu Pan's installation "Ark for Plants" is made up of fallen branches and pine cones tied with natural twine in the shape of an ark. Her boat-shaped sculpture is designed as a deer fence to protect a young native dogwood tree.
The film clips capture Ping-yu Pan's live performance at the installation where visitors are invited to cast a handful of soil into the place where the tree is planted.
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