Meall a Chairn (Mound of the Cairn), 1988.

The site-specific temporary installation incorporates an earth mound, a turfed Ramp, 15 trees and 5 seats.  The symmetry of the contemplative space is accentuated by the placement of the trees, and the circular area on top also functions as a performance space.  The mound is 8 ft high x 160 ft in diameter at the base and 80 ft diameter at the top.  The Ramp, 9.6 ft high x 14 to 6 ft is constructed from stone with an overlay of turf and an internal watering system.  5 seats, 4 ft x 3 ft x 2 ft. of stone, turf and wood, are sited in relation to the Ramp and the trees.

Commissioned by Glasgow Garden Festival, the Arts Council & Henry Moore Foundation, UK