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The meaning is perhaps obvious: in a land without trees, it is the human that must step up and take on this role of nature’s carer. Gamuz is refreshingly optimistic in her attitude toward man’s misuse of his natural surroundings. More poetic and philosophical than ecological, she remarks that though man has the potential for environmental atrocity, he also has the ‘greatest capacity to care like no other creature on the planet’.

In a Land without Trees II

By Gayatri Gamuz - Thiruvanamalai 2006 Featured In: LUSH: Art from India and Sri Lanka in green and brownUNUSUAL BODIES GAYA0003 Oil on linen Mid-Investment Framed
Framed: 41 x 41
Unframed: 39.5 x 39.5
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