LOSS AND DESTRUCTION
Part of exhibition “If the solution is not beautiful, I know its wrong” (group) London Museum, London ON. 2020
Interaction with landscape of the loss and transformation of the space in the last 100 years, to reflect on circulations and patterns of nature through the idea of loss, destruction and decay. Life cycles of human migrations and infrastructure with the natural environment. All people are affected by the concept of loss as it impacts our relationship to place, people and those exchanges. Our past is littered with examples of good intentions of advancing a cause, as the planet’s current state is grounded in the good will of others trying to save it.