Bloom, 2003

"Bloom" was a site-specific project for the Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Boston, MA, in which I used 28,000 flowers in bloom and 5,600 square feet of live sod throughout the historic psychiatric institution to mark the persistent absence of flowers in psychiatric hospital settings. It was open to the public for four days, after which all flowers were donated and delivered to residents in shelters, halfway houses, and psychiatric hospitals. www.anna-haber.com
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"Bloom" was a site-specific project for the Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Boston, MA, in which I used 28,000 flowers in bloom and 5,600 square feet of live sod throughout the historic psychiatric institution to mark the persistent absence of flowers in psychiatric hospital settings. It was open to the public for four days, after which all flowers were donated and delivered to residents in shelters, halfway houses, and psychiatric hospitals. www.anna-haber.com

Bloom: Potted Flowers Installed at the Massachusetts Mental Health Center by artist Anna Schuleit :: this is a beautiful & thought provoking art installation, stimulating the best kind of self-reflection & growth.

"Bloom" was a site-specific project for the Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Boston, MA, in which I used 28,000 flowers in bloom and 5,600 square feet of live sod throughout the historic psychiatric institution to mark the persistent absence of flowers in psychiatric hospital settings. It was open to the public for four days, after which all flowers were donated and delivered to residents in shelters, halfway houses, and psychiatric hospitals. www.anna-haber.com

Bloom, an installation by Brooklyn-based artist and 2006 MacArthur Fellow Anna Schuleit. Bloom was an installation of potted flowers installed in the vacant hallways of Massachusetts Mental Health Center prior to its closing in

"Bloom" was a site-specific project for the Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Boston, MA, in which I used 28,000 flowers in bloom and 5,600 square feet of live sod throughout the historic psychiatric institution to mark the persistent absence of flowers in psychiatric hospital settings. It was open to the public for four days, after which all flowers were donated and delivered to residents in shelters, halfway houses, and psychiatric hospitals. www.anna-haber.com

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"Bloom" was a site-specific project for the Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Boston, MA, in which I used 28,000 flowers in bloom and 5,600 square feet of live sod throughout the historic psychiatric institution to mark the persistent absence of flowers in psychiatric hospital settings. It was open to the public for four days, after which all flowers were donated and delivered to residents in shelters, halfway houses, and psychiatric hospitals. www.anna-haber.com

artist Anna Schuleit Bloom installation - Potted Flowers Installed at the Massachusetts Mental Health Center

"Bloom" was a site-specific project for the Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Boston, MA, in which I used 28,000 flowers in bloom and 5,600 square feet of live sod throughout the historic psychiatric institution to mark the persistent absence of flowers in psychiatric hospital settings. It was open to the public for four days, after which all flowers were donated and delivered to residents in shelters, halfway houses, and psychiatric hospitals. www.anna-haber.com

Bloom, an installation by Brooklyn-based artist and 2006 MacArthur Fellow Anna Schuleit. Bloom was an installation of potted flowers installed in the vacant hallways of Massachusetts Mental Health Center prior to its closing in

"Bloom" was a site-specific project for the Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Boston, MA, in which I used 28,000 flowers in bloom and 5,600 square feet of live sod throughout the historic psychiatric institution to mark the persistent absence of flowers in psychiatric hospital settings. It was open to the public for four days, after which all flowers were donated and delivered to residents in shelters, halfway houses, and psychiatric hospitals. www.anna-haber.com

BLOOM by Anna Schuleit Basement with Sod Potted Flowers Installed at the Massachusetts Mental Health Center

"Bloom" was a site-specific project for the Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Boston, MA, in which I used 28,000 flowers in bloom and 5,600 square feet of live sod throughout the historic psychiatric institution to mark the persistent absence of flowers in psychiatric hospital settings. It was open to the public for four days, after which all flowers were donated and delivered to residents in shelters, halfway houses, and psychiatric hospitals. www.anna-haber.com

28000 potted flowers installed at the Massachusetts mental health center prior to its destruction ( Anna Schuleit)

"Bloom" was a site-specific project for the Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Boston, MA, in which I used 28,000 flowers in bloom and 5,600 square feet of live sod throughout the historic psychiatric institution to mark the persistent absence of flowers in psychiatric hospital settings. It was open to the public for four days, after which all flowers were donated and delivered to residents in shelters, halfway houses, and psychiatric hospitals. www.anna-haber.com

No Flowers on the Psych Ward

Bloom, an installation by Brooklyn-based artist and 2006 MacArthur Fellow Anna Schuleit. Bloom was an installation of potted flowers installed in the vacant hallways of Massachusetts Mental Health Center prior to its closing in

"Bloom" was a site-specific project for the Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Boston, MA, in which I used 28,000 flowers in bloom and 5,600 square feet of live sod throughout the historic psychiatric institution to mark the persistent absence of flowers in psychiatric hospital settings. It was open to the public for four days, after which all flowers were donated and delivered to residents in shelters, halfway houses, and psychiatric hospitals. www.anna-haber.com

Bloom, an installation by Brooklyn-based artist and 2006 MacArthur Fellow Anna Schuleit. Bloom was an installation of potted flowers installed in the vacant hallways of Massachusetts Mental Health Center prior to its closing in

"Bloom" was a site-specific project for the Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Boston, MA, in which I used 28,000 flowers in bloom and 5,600 square feet of live sod throughout the historic psychiatric institution to mark the persistent absence of flowers in psychiatric hospital settings. It was open to the public for four days, after which all flowers were donated and delivered to residents in shelters, halfway houses, and psychiatric hospitals. www.anna-haber.com

To commemorate the closing of the Massachusetts Mental Health Center in the artist Anna Schuleit created "Bloom," an art installation comprising pots of flowers.

"Bloom" was a site-specific project for the Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Boston, MA, in which I used 28,000 flowers in bloom and 5,600 square feet of live sod throughout the historic psychiatric institution to mark the persistent absence of flowers in psychiatric hospital settings. It was open to the public for four days, after which all flowers were donated and delivered to residents in shelters, halfway houses, and psychiatric hospitals. www.anna-haber.com

Bloom: Potted Flowers Installed at the Massachusetts Mental Health Center by artist Anna Schuleit :: this is a beautiful & thought provoking art installation, stimulating the best kind of self-reflection & growth.

"Bloom" was a site-specific project for the Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Boston, MA, in which I used 28,000 flowers in bloom and 5,600 square feet of live sod throughout the historic psychiatric institution to mark the persistent absence of flowers in psychiatric hospital settings. It was open to the public for four days, after which all flowers were donated and delivered to residents in shelters, halfway houses, and psychiatric hospitals. www.anna-haber.com

To commemorate the closing of the Massachusetts Mental Health Center's old building in the artist Anna Schuleit created "Bloom," an art installation comprising pots of flowers.

"Bloom", a project by Anna Schuleit Haber for the Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Boston, MA, used 28,000 flowers in bloom and 5,600 square feet of live sod throughout the historic psychiatric institution to mark the persistent absence of flowers given to patients in long-term institutions. For more info visit www.anna-haber.com

"Bloom", a project by Anna Schuleit Haber for the Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Boston, MA, used 28,000 flowers in bloom and 5,600 square feet of live sod throughout the historic psychiatric institution to mark the persistent absence of flowers given to patients in long-term institutions. For more info visit www.anna-haber.com

"Bloom" was a site-specific project for the Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Boston, MA, in which I used 28,000 flowers in bloom and 5,600 square feet of live sod throughout the historic psychiatric institution to mark the persistent absence of flowers in psychiatric hospital settings. It was open to the public for four days, after which all flowers were donated and delivered to residents in shelters, halfway houses, and psychiatric hospitals. www.anna-haber.com

"Bloom" was a site-specific project for the Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Boston, MA, in which I used 28,000 flowers in bloom and 5,600 square feet of live sod throughout the historic psychiatric institution to mark the persistent absence of flowers in psychiatric hospital settings. It was open to the public for four days, after which all flowers were donated and delivered to residents in shelters, halfway houses, and psychiatric hospitals. www.anna-haber.com

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