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Stones Immigrants

"I use stones to visualize my idea of a more tolerant Scotland. Many stones found in Scotland came from what is now Norway and Sweden. They were brought here by a glacier during the ice ages. As the climate changed, the glacier melted, and the immigrant stones settled on Scottish soil. In my compositions, it is hard to see which stones are native and which are not; often they help one another maintain their balance."

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The series consists of 10 collages (both, horizontal and vertical) with dimensions 59,5 x 84,5 cm (61 x 91 cm when framed)

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