The sole survivor of a species of trees that dates back to the time of the dinosaurs, Ginkgo biloba is a living bridge between ferns and conifers. Tall, sturdy and incredibly long-lived (some as long as 1,000 years) the Ginkgo sheds spectacular, jewel-like golden leaves. Extracts of the leaves are used to enhance memory.
Harvested leaves were embellished with paint, scanned, scaled, printed and cut out. The cut-out leaves were arranged in a lotus pattern – a nod to the Buddhist tradition of venerating this “prehistoric” tree.