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Ghost Forest is at The National Botanic Garden of Wales, Carmarthenshire.

Branching out of the Pitt

Newson January 13th, 2011No Comments

“When travelling in Oxford, you would expect to cycle past numerous spires, museums and libraries. However, many of you will probably have been surprised to see a dilapidated rainforest in the midst of our student city, resting on the lawns of the Natural History Museum.”

Read the full article on: The Oxford Student

Ghost Forest Sells the Sizzle of REDD

Newson August 9th, 2010No Comments

“A traveling exhibition of dead trees from the Ghanaian rainforest, on their way this month to Oxford, England, is helping people understand the majesty of these threatened giants – and, in the process, drumming up support for schemes that reduce greenhouse gas emissions by saving trees.”

Read the full article on: Forest Carbon Portal

Ghost Forest on Daily Info, Oxford

Newson July 20th, 2010No Comments

“Rainforest tree stumps – Angela Palmer’s exhibition on the front lawn highlights deforestation crisis.”

Read the full article on: Daily Info, Oxford

Ghost Forest: tree stumps travel from Ghana to Oxford

Newson July 14th, 2010No Comments
“Ghost Forest is an installation of rainforest tree stumps on display at Oxford University’s Museum of Natural History and the Pitt Rivers Museum from 9 July 2010 to 31 July 2011. The project, by Angela Palmer, aims to highlight the alarming depletion of the world’s natural resources and the rate of deforestation.”
Read the Guardian article: guardian.co.uk

The Ghost Forest’s Oxford roots

Newson July 9th, 2010No Comments

“Artist Angela Palmer has brought a little piece of the West African rainforest to Oxford. The ‘Ghost Forest’ is displayed on the lawn of Oxford University’s Museum of Natural History. It consists of a collection of huge rainforest tree stumps from a commercially logged tropical forest.”
Watch the BBC video: BBC Oxford Ghost Forest video

Ghost Forest takes root in Oxford

Newson July 8th, 2010No Comments

Today a Ghost Forest appeared on the lawn of Oxford University’s Museum of Natural History and the Pitt Rivers Museum to the sound of African drums.

Read the Ghost Forest Oxford Press Release

Do something difficult – it could even make you happy

Newson July 8th, 2010No Comments

An article on Angela Palmer, the artist behind Ghost Forest, happiness and challenges was released today in Psychology Today.

Read the full article in Psychology Today.

BBC News: Ghost trees ‘haunt’ London

Newson November 30th, 2009No Comments

“The stumps of 10 rainforest trees, complete with their roots, have been placed around Trafalgar Square to highlight the issue of deforestation.”

Read the full story: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/london/8361486.stm

The Telegraph and Artdaily on Ghost Forest

Newson November 30th, 2009No Comments

Watch the Telegraph’s footage and read the full story: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/art/art-news/6588131/Video-Ghost-forest-haunts-Trafalgar-Square.html

Read the Artdaily article: http://www.artdaily.org/index.asp?int_sec=2&int_new=34345

Creative Cities covers Ghost Forest

Newson November 30th, 2009No Comments

Haunting vision: Ghost Forest in Trafalgar Square.  Read the full article: http://www.creativecities.org.uk/haunting-vision-ghost-forest-invades-trafalgar-square/