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Teri My practice largely revolves around how nature interacts with urban Bartolo environments. Moss can be found within the cracks of Melbourne’s
cityscape, however the morphing of my two main environments is represented through the use of organic materials sourced from the surrounding areas of my home.
This work is shaped around how physical contact with nature can stimulate senses and is depicted through an alternate example of a landscape. I explore how I see nature in my daily life by bringing the natural environment into an arti cial space in a constructed and controlled manner.
A room of dialogue between nature and urbanisation Moss, pine and plywood 240cm x 120cm x 200cm
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