As other works from the Garden of Drawings project, this installation is made of sculptures that are three-dimensional drawings which also function as drawing surfaces for images of plants.
The sculptural elements take the shape of bastions and are made with materials used to build walls.
Their shape is made crooked by slightly altering right angles and measurements so they they look like drawings made in a wrong perspective put into space.
This is a result of a trip visiting over a dozen cities and their botanical gardens going from the Netherlands to Russia. They reflect about the conceptual separation between humanity and nature.
mixed media, drywall, wood, bricks, plastic, soil, plants | 160 x 120 x 70 | 2020