Philippe Saltel’s etchings explore the universal in the individual: each of his trees is the quintessence of all trees and his tree line is the edge of the dark woods that haunt children’s stories. Mathew Staunton’s texts document a journey in the opposite direction. Moving from the universal to the personal, he navigates through the trees, embracing some and scrutinizing others from a respectful distance. When text and image chime together, fresh itineraries are opened up. Ultimately, however, it is up to the reader to cut his or her own path.