Leesa Bringas (along with some fellow Windsor artists) spent the weekend braiding the long grass at Great Western Park. The process leaves spirals of braided grass around shoots of flowers. It’s quite beautiful and seems meditative (though admittedly, I didn’t venture out to try myself).
Political issues of the strike aside, I quite like seeing the riverfront in a naturalized state, and it’s great that Leesa found such a quiet way to work with the space. Given the other activity in city parks over the weekend, this project is a welcomed intervention to the strike now going into its seventh week.
You can see more photos on Steven’s site, or more video on Darren’s site, or read more about the project on the Windsor Star.
2 Replies to “Braiding Grass in Windsor”
amazing! i did a short post about this and stole this video lol who knew braiding grass could be so exiting!
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