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The Oak Cycle

In 2022 I was selected to be an Artist-in-Residence at Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, MA, alongside a cohort of 6 other talented artists in various media including painting, dance, sculpture, and photography.

Mount Auburn Cemetery, a National Historic Landmark, was founded in 1831. It is the first landscaped cemetery in the United States, and has been celebrated since as a horticultural Eden that is one of the most beautiful public spaces in the greater Boston area.

As part of my residency I created The Oak Cycle, an audio-visual piece inspired by the incredible oak tree collection at the cemetery, containing over 450 trees of numerous species. Together with my collaborator Rafi Sofer (audio, video, and co-production), I set out to create a meditative suite that moves between the real and the imaginary, while organically incorporating the natural sounds of the site.

Click here to learn more about Mount Auburn Cemetery's Artist-in-Residence program.

Photo by Rafi Sofer

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