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The title of this series is “Terra Incognita: Aftermath of the Anthropocene” (2020-ongoing). I view these sculptures as landforms of the future: a landscape made from a center of plastic, layers of soil replaced with newspaper, and only the most simple, prehistoric-like vegetation clinging to the sides of the mountains. I have always considered my art to float in the realm of surrealism. The process I used for this series, pasting and juxtaposing objects together, gives the work a new aesthetic: three dimensional Cubism of the anthropocene. From the outside the work appears to be near perfect, wrapped in screen printed paper, but the inside is composed of man-made waste. The paper represents how our Capitalistic society likes to put a band-aid over our problems, pushing them deep down and pretending the issue is no longer there.

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