There is a cosmology of destruction and re-growth that stems from the things people throw away. These objects become part of a microcosm that is growing and/or decaying, and being consumed and consuming. On the larger scale this decomposition is an evolution of space. These sites can neither be considered pristine nature nor cultural landscapes; rather they represent a state of harmonious decline and re-growth.
On one level I am captivated by the beauty of these spaces, on another I am also fascinated by their entropic evolution. Entropy tangles and erodes the contours of the landforms and the built environment; it blurs distinguishing lines between interior and exterior, nature and culture redefining these spaces as other than nature made or human made.
these russian carved bears move when you hold them in the air and the little wooden ball pulls the strings of their arms as it dangles.
the spoon is bamboo and i use it everyday to feed my little boy (well, actually now he uses it to feed himself.)
the nesting dolls were a present from my friend jason, (the idea is that you are supposed to paint/modify them yourself but i can’t bring myself to cover the natural wood.)