Due to consumerism, nature has had to retreat for man-made nature. New landscapes are created as apartment buildings, new roads and other structures are built. In affect mountains and strata take on a new form. But because of the impermanence of nature, questions arise about its fate. Nature‘s unique adaptability is seen in the cycle and interaction of the man-made and the natural. With the man's ground breaking on a new building site, a new cycle of transformation begins. The work draws on the interplay between what is man-made and nature itself, which offers opportunities for self-examination and a review of our attitude towards the environment.
Wood, chicken wire, fiberglass mesh, fiber-reinforced concrete, artificial plants.