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By returning to goodness, the nation can achieve greatness once again
Topic - Miya Ando
The grass-carpeted grove of trees just inside the Rosary Gate of Battersea Park is known as the American Ground. When the park was created in the 1850s, it was planted with North American trees and shrubs.
"I thought it was a poetic way to express transformation," she said. "Not only are we having the piece stand upright in a gesture of resilience, but to create something serene and light."
"I wanted to create something that would give light back into the community," Ms. Ando said.