Where the Rain Seeps Through
plywood, concrete, steel, fluorescent lights, enamel, restoration seed mix
Compartmentalizing the way environments are constructed, measured, and grow, Where the Rain Seeps Through reflects a shifting balance between the natural world and built environment. Sections of material adapt a measured and contained aesthetic, while others resist this uniformity and reflect growth, variety, and decay. This tension characterizes the erosion and eventual failure of systems used to organize and quantify our world.