Jonee Kulman Brigham's "Children's Nest Egg"

An art installation, designed by Jonee Kulman Brigham (Center for Sustainable Building Research) is one of 15 exhibits in the "Art to A-Maze Walk" summer juried exhibition at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum in Chanhassen. Titled, "Children's Nest Egg," it explores humans' evolving relationship with the earth using poetry and changing perceptions of scale in a room sized nest made of salvaged branches. The exhibits are on display from June 16-September 30, 2007.

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I was at the arboretum this week, this is far and away the best installation in the exhibit. well worth the trip just for this alone.

I was inspired by the text of the Children's Nest. Where can I get it? (I didn't bring a pen for my walk!).

Jonee, I did have a pen for my walk and I jotted down your poem. I was re-reading it again today and appreciating it anew. Thanks for your thoughtful exhibit. I hope you will publish it somewhere for others to appreciate.

Julia

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