Excerpt:Stone Forest blog, Cameron Johnson

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“Suddenly voices quieted down, and a screen was projected onto the large adobe wall above the Curved Waterwall Fountain. Piper read a selection of poems that were carefully coordinated with the images and words emerging and dissolving quietly over the wall behind her, mimicking the layered movement through the pages of the book itself. The photography depicted moments in nature in both expansive and detailed states, as if to remind the stone, wood, and metal sculpture in the room of their own journeys and origins. This sense of observation and reflection permeated the room; all remained hushed and attentive until her last words were spoken.”

for the interview and more photos see Stone Forest blog