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Environmental Art

I'd spend my life playing with sticks.  Raised between the Adirondack Mountains and Kyoto, Japan, I am learning regionally specific practices of botanic and cultural stewardship. Meeting plants and learning their personalities can lead to embodied world-shaping, an earnest commitment to method-acting the human role in broader environments. As I grow into a legacy of disruptive land art, I will respond to inherited ghosts with care. While earthwork encourages immersive sensory stimulation, I hope my efforts will join greater timescales, to support non-human publics.

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