a line on a pond

Diana Lynn



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A three hour performance piece on a pond in Atlin BC.
Over 5,000 berries (that had previously been threaded on linen thread) were placed on a pond and allowed, at first, to naturally float. Then over the next few hours the artist used a canoe to guide the string of berries into the middle of the pond, allowing them to move with the currents of the wind and  water.
Every fifteen minutes she would rearrange the pattern and then see what happened again.
At the end of the day the cranberries were all placed back under the same bushes they had been collected from.