This work focuses on disproportion, on a delicate balance as a result of the reducing of natural space and resources in favor and because of human progress and attitudes. The human gaze on nature seems to be limited to the perception it has of it, as if it’s subordinate to its existence, and this maintains a detachment and a lack of awareness about the local and global situation, about reality, where there’s no understanding of the human position in the overall natural exchange.
There’s an environment that lost its balance, resources that are no more available, something that’s going to miss also for the same humans that need to benefit of it, but that nevertheless keep moving in the same direction.
Supported by Urvanity Art and Artrust
Hunted by Tim Marschang.
Pictures by courtesy of the artists.