Trädkroppen (The Treebody), is a 4 m. wooden-sculpture (fir) made for Österskolan in S. Sandby, Lund, Sweden.
The drawings on the trunk and roots are mainly made by the school’s children (age 6-10), and then transferred to the tree with a soldering-iron.
Other materials used are; jesmonite, rope, epoxy, concrete, reindeer-horns, scull and teeth. The tree is hollow and has a metal construction inside, fixed on the floor. It is sanded smooth like skin, to touch, hug and lie amongst the roots.