Rachel Marks is an American artist and performer living in Paris. Her works invite the public to reflect on their place within nature and their role in preserving it.
Her creations combine delicate natural elements (flowers, leaves, recycled paper) in constructing monumental installation pieces.
For the International Summit ChangeNOW that will be held at the Grand Palais in Paris January 30, 31 and February 1st 2020. Rachel Marks has imagined an immersive and participative large scale work: Esohpromatém.
Imagine a tree that is 4 meters high, whose branches tell the story of a future marked by our past. 2011 Fukushima. Nuclear disaster: 30,000 km of contaminated territory. 30 years for sunflowers to purify the earth by absorbing pollutants. At the foot of the tree, a field of heliotropes faces the public, as a symbol of hope.
Rachel Marks invites the public to actively and positively participate in writing a personal promise for the future and the preservation of our planet.
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Original work : Tree Ring
Estimated delivery: February 2020
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