A floating mini-forest made up of real trees and soil will travel along the Birmingham and Black Country Canals between 31st August to 7th October. The official launch is 8th September, with a daytime event starting at Curzon Street Canal, where you can walk alongside The Rootless Forest as it’s towed by hand to Edible Eastside in Digbeth. Through the duration of the installation the boat will moor at Brindleyplace, Edible Eastside, and the New Art Gallery Walsall. The Rootless Forest is a mobile artwork conceived by Birmingham Institute of Art and Design (BIAD) fellow Beth Derbyshire.
See The Rootless Forest website for further information, including the precise mooring dates.