1992, Bunting Institute, Radcliffe College,
This "garden" is made of translucent architectural forms in perforated metal that alter as the sun shifts and the grass grows. Over time, some of the sculptures become fuzzy as grass pokes through holes in the perforated metal. This walk-through installation explores relationships between people, nature and the built environment.
In a garden where others have planted lilacs, rhododendrons, azaleas, yews, oaks, maples and a lone cherry tree in memory of a friend, Beth Galston has planted houses.-- Boston Herald READ REVIEWS