Entre Dos Aguas is a large scale temporary installation made of birdseed, grass seed, coconut fibre, and hay. Two twenty-foot walls form a passage alongside a pond in a Sydney park. The interior walls have pockets where birds are welcome to feed, as well as form the base for them to build their own habitat. Over time, the work became a habitat for the birds.

ANITA GLESTA ENTRE DOS AGUAS

Mixed media lawn installation, 1997. Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney, Australia
ENTRE DOS AGUAS
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