Rolling out a carpet for hope

Here is more from the National Centre for Craft and Design in Sleaford, Lincolnshire.

This installation by Sian Martin was inspired by a project to re-hydrate the desert in Africa, where they plant a corridor of saplings to draw water to the surface and stop the desert encroaching more. The story of the change is told here using dyed cane and wire, silk and scrim fabrics, and acrylic sheets.

 

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