Paridayda, the Old Persian root for the word paradise translates as the “walled enclosure” relating to oases. This term later appeared in Greek as paradeisos, to denote areas of cultivated walled gardens or parks.
Commissioned by Tintype Gallery, London
Supported by Arts Council England
Meadow mat, topsoil, timber
Accompanied by a programme of walks to local graveyards and cemeteries.
Commissioned text by Isobel Wohl, “EYE CONTACT”