67 x 112 x 50”
Moss, volcanic rock, cement, water, plants, fish,
snails, rubber pond liner, tubing, pumps.
The image of this biosculpture™ is based on microscopic structures called lamellae that are found in some mosses. Their uncanny resemblance to human hands is a playful reminder that we humans are part of larger natural patterns.
The final image is a proposal for a large outdoor wall sculpture that will filter stormwater runoff from the roofs of adjacent building. It is based on these same microscopic moss structures.