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Maya Lin: Ghost Forest

CCR Maya Lin Ghost Forest

Maya Lin: Ghost Forest

May 10 – November 14, 2021

Maya Lin: Ghost Forest

Maya Lin’s Ghost Forest, a towering stand of forty-nine haunting Atlantic white cedar trees, is a newly-commissioned public art work. Lin brings her vision as an artist and her agency as an environmental activist to this project, a memory of germination, vegetation, and abundance and a harsh symbol of the devastation of climate change. The height of each tree, around forty feet, overwhelms human scale and stands as a metaphor of the outsized impact of a looming environmental calamity.