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Tree-placement

If you visited MASS MoCA during the past year, you’ve no doubt noticed that two of the six trees in Natalie Jeremijenko’s Tree Logic had seen better days. Yesterday, they were replaced, and an awesome Flickr set was born.

Posted June 26, 2008 by Dan McKinley
Filed under BLOG, Exhibitions
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One Comment on “Tree-placement”

  1. Anton Marc Says:

    Naturally the trees are dying. If you were hung upside down you’d die too. We and the trees are biologically programmed to exist in certain ways–and upside down is not one of them. Every time I see this so-called artwork, I shutter because I think it is obviously torture for the trees. Look at how their branches and trunks contort to find the sky? Is this fun for humans? How long will you persist in this grusome display, until you no longer have funds to replace the killed trees with new ones? Or when you begin to see that a respectful, even loving, co-existence is the better way of living on Earth?

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