"Weeping Willow" Bench

by Caroline Kable United States (US)


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Each variation may differ Dimension LxWxH (cm): 80x38x45
Open Editions Material : mahogany wood
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My memory is a weeping willow. The long sinewy branches sweep the ground and stir the dust of my past. Hello to the twinkling specks of mica in the soil. It is that soil which grounds me, and holds the moments I’ve lived that I can’t quite reach that dance sparking around. I know they’re there, but I can’t hold them. I’m growing closer and closer to the ground, slowly, anticipating and reaching for something that may never come back. I can’t say if I’ll ever know my own mind well again. It’s lost. The branches of my memories have been trimmed too short. The wind blows and I let myself be taken sideways and up, back down and away in chaotic yet calm movements. My bones creak and relax as I accept the grains of what I cannot control.

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Weight 13 kg
Dimensions 90 × 60 × 60 cm
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About the designer

Caroline is an American artist based in New York City.  Her newest collection surrounds the narrative of her recent traumatic brain injury, during which time she began writing again.  This process of writing prose has become married to her love of making as words are engraved, etched or hammered into each piece.  With a background in metal fabrication and inspired by a childhood spent on farms in rural Maryland, her work intuitively combines stone, metal, wood and text.

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In the highlands of the Andes, a group of women alpaca herders and artisans are leading the way for a sustainable and inclusive future. In collaboration with ADORNO and IED, Las Manuelas is presenting their most ambitious textile collection yet, the "Art Series", designed by highly acclaimed international artists.