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Anatomy of a Copse 2012-16 by Jane Boyd Normany France  In the spring, the light continuously re-draws the space directed by the winter pruning to reveal the organic defoliated structure.

Jane Boyd

Anatomy of a Copse 2012-16 by Jane Boyd Normany France  In the spring, the light continuously re-draws the space directed by the winter pruning to reveal the organic defoliated structure.

Jane Boyd

Anatomy of a Copse 2012-16 by Jane Boyd Normany France  In the spring, the light continuously re-draws the space directed by the winter pruning to reveal the organic defoliated structure.

Jane Boyd

Jane Boyd

Anatomy of a Copse 2012-16 by Jane Boyd Normany France  In the spring, the light continuously re-draws the space directed by the winter pruning to reveal the organic defoliated structure.

Jane Boyd

Anatomy of a Copse  2012-16

Normandy

Jane Boyd

This work is for a photographic wall installation where the copse exists as five tall “tree-trunk” shapes. It is about drawing in three-dimensional space, the ever-changing growth and regrowth of a small hazel-wood copse over a three-year period.   In the spring, the light continuously re-draws the space directed by the winter pruning to reveal the organic defoliated structure.