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Haustoria or Pan’s Feeding Grounds, 2020

Edition of 10 photographs. 11.7’ x 16.5’ (A3), giclée on Archival Paper. 

Prints are available upon commission

Haustoria or Pan's Feeding Ground is a series of photographs depicting Pan, an ancient god of spring, fertility in a form of half goat half man. Here Pan is depicted wearing Haustorium, a hybrid symbiont of fungus and plastic.(...)

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Weapons of Class Destruction (WOCDs)

Materials: Soil, unfired London clay, wild and urban plant seeds, agar, cellulose, hay, gypsum, water 

(10-35cm diameter)

 'Armoury' is a series of sculptures made by the artist or co-created during workshops that translate rewilding principles into a sculptural function. Each sculpture contains seeds of local wild and urban plants and is a living ecosystem of bacteria and fungus contained in soil and reclaimed London clay. Seeds will germinate at their own pace allowing the environmental conditions to determine the germination. Armoury’- Weapons Of Class Destruction (WOCD)’ is a collection of ammunition-like seed pods modelled on seed bombs. In this work, I borrow on natural farming technics and a traditional craft of mud ball making inspired by Matsunobu Fukuoka. The clay is unfired - artists and makers are the symbolic fire element. I wanted to offer an ecological take on the militari