Aristotle once claimed that nature abhors vacuum. We sometimes rephrase it as – nature doesn´t like voids. So in my work I wanted to show that by placing fir cones in holes of logs which were made by woodpeckers.
Another renamed proverb refers to origins and end, meaning – you become the same matter what you were made from. In this case pencils go back to wood, they become what they were originally made of.
Alise Brante is Riga based artist, graduadet from Art Academy of Latvia and continuing to study Environmental Art in MA programme, having a year in exchange in Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture, Enviornmental Art. She is interested in ecological and recycled art practice and is fascinated by nature´s wonders.