J. Lynn Campbell’s project, In-Sight, is predicated on the ritualization of time and space. One hundred and fifty white cedars planted in a spiral formation occupy a clearing at the termination of the road. Her choice of coniferous trees reconciles constancy with perpetual regeneration, rephrased in her use of the spiral. A conjunction of the straight line and the circle, the spiral unites masculine and feminine principles, motion and stillness, repetition and renewal.
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