A fleeting moment of summer solstice is captured in excavated shadows that become seasonal flowerbeds. Pathways between two buildings suggest linear time.
Present, past and future come together within the excavated shadows of four different trees. Their silhouettes, captured during a moment of summer solstice, are frozen in time and imprinted upon the grass, where they will inevitably capture and then loose the ever-changing shift of the tree’s actual shadow. Seasonal flowers planted within the fertile beds of the excavated shadow silhouettes promise growth and renewal, as if an afterthought of a moment gone by lives on indefinitely.