Mother's Poisons - A Dissolution of Boundary
Interfaces of tactile interaction have grown and settled between humans and the remainder of the natural world. There are those of contrived boundary: the placement of a self-benefiting, global, hierarchical system in which greed and growth overwhelm human motive and thus devastate and unbalance the welfare of all beings - plant, animal, and mineral. Within this work, these structures are stripped away to reveal the Earth’s interconnected, porous existence for which life has no bounds, utilising, instead, nature’s employment of complex systems which induce cycles of growth, decay and continuation.
Such interfaces become membranes; nests and skins to dissect, to pull apart, be engulfed by and soak into; unfolding into architectural strategies through tangible and speculative interfaces mediating between humans and nature - the dissipated boundary being the basis for all correspondence between them.