'Seedpod' Reclaimed firehose, wood, steel, 4’x5’
Hannah Givler & Heather Mullins
Collaborators Heather and Hannah regularly discover overlapping insights and interests relative to their experiences in East Africa. For their installation, the artists explore the function and metaphor of a space woven out of a fire-hose in the shape of a baobab seedpod. With fireproof bark used for creating rope and cloth, a trunk that stores water in times of drought, and hanging fruit full of nutritional and decorative value, the East African baobab tree is truly multifunctional, exemplifying the resourcefulness both artists encountered in East Africa.
On-line preview. Video by Kyle DuBois - Green Mountain Tech. Center
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