This newspaper piece to accompanies the Installation
It was made to guide you though
the installation and understand
the plantings within, as well as
a take away piece so you could
look back and enjoy.
Tiny Taxonomy highlights the delicate beauty of mountain wildflowers and alpine perennials, common to rocky, high altitude environments, displayed in a field of 25 reflective cylinders.
Rosetta Sarah Elkin, designer
of Tiny Taxonomy, is principal
of r.s.e. landscape, a design studio based in the Netherlands with
a focus on vegetative strategies. Elkin's current projects are international in scope and include residential, commercial, and installation-based design and consulting. Elkin is presently
the 2012-13 Daniel Urban
Kiley Fellow and Lecturer in
Landscape Architecture at
Harvard University's Graduate School of Design.
Photography of Tiny Taxonomy: Geogre Bouret (top two),