Anne Eggebert


At a Distance (cherry blossom and a rock)

2017, Dimensions: Variable
Materials: mixed media including American cherry, bamboo, oil on MDF, pencil and print on paper

Referencing Sakuteiki (historic Japanese garden design), Hanami (flower watching) and locating Hashi-ishi (a bridge shaped stone), Eggebert takes the idea of making a garden at a distance and looks for the constituent parts both close to home and across virtual terrain. Her practice explores how representations of landscape impact on our performance of place and how the distinction between finding and losing one's sense of place might be blurred.

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