pay and display with two trees

Malcolm Matthews

Andy Goldsworthy is a prolific producer of highly creative, ephemeral art which he creates in collaboration with nature; found objects are meticulously crafted to suit and enhance the qualities a wide variety of natural environments. This was taken for the Utata project to create a photograph in the same style. However I'm cheating here as I didn't manipulate the environment. Two men came along after I'd bought a pay and display ticket and "planted" the two trees in such a way that it was difficult if not impossible to pay and display. I just took a photograph of the result.

The guys were trying to hide the machine for the filming of a sequence for the film Brighton Rock.

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