From Project “Entanglements”
See Rachel Rozanski’s work in WTP Vol. V #3
charcoal on paper
59″ x 55″
These works are part of a larger series examining biological, geological, and material transformations occurring in the Anthropocene. This catalogue of unidentifiable items born of or morphed by human civilization represents the “imperfect” components that make up every ecosystem. These artifacts draw on themes of natural history, urban biodiversity and decay. In removing them from their original locations, they all take on a similar agency. Like our inability ability to categorise them as human, natural, or unnatural, we often can not predict their lifespans, origins or effects.