TREE MUSEUM

SUPERVENE FOREST:

THE EVOLUTION OF

ADRIAN BARRON'S FOREST

TREE MUSEUM

INTERVIEW:  SUPERVENING

ON THE SUPERVENE FOREST

coming soon

In 2014, with the participation of local community members, artist Adrian Barron planted 2,000 acorns collected from local "William Penn" oak trees, at Street Road Artists' Space in Chester County, Pennsylvania.  In our forthcoming interview, we talk with members of Street Road about Barron’s Supervene Forest as a site-specific work combining philosophical concerns central to Street Road’s unique context, reflecting on how the young forest interrupts, stops, or changes the existing local arterial highway and rural-suburban site of Street Road.