Ellen Driscoll - Crosswinds





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Published on Dec 28, 2016

An exhibition of works by New York artist Ellen Driscoll, created during her residency at the Siena Art Institute.
This series of drawings by the American artist began with an investigation into the historical process of making charcoal in Tuscany. Four indigenous trees—oak, chestnut, pine, and arbutus—are used in this ancient process.
Going beyond the use of charcoal for cooking and heating, Ellen Drsicoll was interested in how the material is now also used globally to extract toxins—from earth, from people—as a healing corrective.
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Produced by Siena Art Institute http://www.sienaart.org/
Camera: Gabriele Clementi
Editor: Francesco Guasconi


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