2018-2019 | Jute, wood, paint, natural wood | 100 x 50 cm – 50 x 25 cm Selected work
A dystopia is an hypothetical future society in which social, political and technological trends are brought at extreme limit. The subjects of Distopie’s landscape are fragments of plant projected in a fictional future in which the resilience of nature disappeared. It falls the ability of the nature to react at environmental changes – the ones that let it survives. The result is grooves within dry and desaturate matter. The irregular profile of natural element in a-dimensional dry landscape generates a contrast with the spotless white of the surface.