arne ingvaldsen  /visual artist/  

the tree

 

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Last update 15.06.2016.

Installation. Rope and stones from location. Herdla, Island of Askøy by Bergen, Norway. October 1989.

 Wind driven rain sweeps over the landscape, together they erode the land. Earth and seeds are carried to wherever trees and plants can grow, which in turn are touched by the wind.

A tree is clearly formed by wind exposure. Ropes are attached to the branches and to the ground by stones. The wind moves the branches; differing thickness produces different movement in the stones. 
 

The base of each stone rests on the ground while the top is lifted by the rope. The stones make “bobbing” and “heaving” movements over and in the grass.