The piece is about the passionate poetry of Kabir, the controversial 15th Century mystic.
The title refers to a line of one of his poems in which he declares "The formless is in the midst of all forms, I sing the glory of forms." and there is Carole at the front singing away.
The tree is a reference to the immanence of Nothing as it manifests into Form, and the birds are both content and context, human and being.
Size; Height 45cm x Width 30cm x Depth 20cm
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