A thousand garlands were used to create ‘Life in Death’. The artist Rebecca Louise Law, with her team, took around six months to put her latest creation, ‘Life in Death’, together. Rebecca Louise Law then spent five days hanging her art installation inside the Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art, at Kew.

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