On Sunday, May 4, visitors were invited to the Skirball to adopt a pomegranate tree. David Burns and Austin Young were on site and distributed 150 young trees and encouraged recipients to plant them in public space or along the borders of private property, where the fruits will be shared and enjoyed by the community. Each recipient was asked to sign an adoption form promising to plant the tree immediately and care for it until it is established and healthy.
Skirball Cultural Center presents
FALLEN FRUIT OF THE SKIRBALL. on exhibition through October 12, 2014 A centuries-old ketubbah (Jewish marriage contract), the pomegranate, and love serve as inspiration for the artists’ latest public participatory art commission.
Contribute to the exhibition here: Share a photo of u & someone u love for the installation, Fallen Fruit of the Skirball. more info here: