Sunday, 8 March 2015
Thomas McHugh - Park Leaf
Leaves are significant elements within public parks. A leaf is given the opportunity to grow, mature, fall from the tree, and will finally wilt and die; the leaf is a metaphor for a life cycle. Due to the change in seasons, the leaf will fall in autumn and land within an area of a public park. The leaf will come to rest in a certain position; the location of the leaf will be affected by the weather. This project aims to demonstrate the leaf’s journey once it has fallen.