Rob Mulholland - “Vestige”
No, those aren’t Predators hanging out in the forest, waiting to pounce on you. They are sculptor and environmental artist Rob Mulholland’s ghostly sculpture made from an acrylic glass called Perspex. The Scottish artist cut figures out of this medium, and for his installation “Vestige,” he placed them within a wooded area of the David Marshall Lodge Visitors Centre in Scotland. The figures in “Vestige” were meant to represent the people who once lived in rural farming communities on that land, and were moved out of the area so the government could harvest timber that was desperately needed at that time.