Faces of the Forest

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Faces of the Forest was first created in Stirling in 1994. It was funded by Scottish National Heritage, Central Scotland Arts and ecological funds. In collaboration with local photographers, the work looked at the effect of acid rain on the woodland surroundings -- with a hopeful ending. Dancers worked to collaborate and perform in conjunction with the back drop of the photographic slideshow. It was re-worked for performance in Liverpool and at The Lemon Tree Art Centre in Aberdeen in 1997.