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DeCordova Exhibits
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Reclaimed pallet stock, raw lumber
Photograph by Liana Mestas
Exhibit Date: 
On View Jun 15, 2013 - Oct 06, 2013

No longer on view.

Jane D. Marsching’s Field Station Concordia takes the form of a field station created from reclaimed materials in the dimensions of Henry Thoreau’s cabin at Walden Pond, located down the road from deCordova. The structure operates as a field station for the artist for gathering data about the local ecology in the form of observations, handmade and virtual representations, and texts and maps. It gives visitors the opportunity to consider themselves citizen scientists.