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Ancient Equipoise

Chinese ink and water-based mediums on paper

This series sets out to reimagine primordal plant life when they first emerged. We were never there to witness their first growths, their first relationships, their challenges, their successes, and the adaptations that took place and evolved over time. It was a time we can never go back to, a place lost - a lost paradise. This sense of lost is a constantly recurring phenomenon, a condition that is inextricably connected to change.  Many factors determine how things change and develop, and human intervention being one of many. In these series, I indulge in looking closely at the visual relationship between the various clusters, types and forms of plants, in terms of how they exist as individual entities yet symbiotically interwoven with each other, providing nutrients, shelter, and enabling certain conditions to exist that benefit their surrounding plant types. 

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