Beauty in Destruction
With this series, Beauty in Destruction, I see parallels of reinventing myself and adapting to my surroundings, much like weathered objects in their environments. Over time, erosion and change will take place, and while some would see these objects as useless, they will soon become forgotten; I see them changing with the times, to conform to their perspective surroundings.
As we go through life we reinvent ourselves, as we’re pushed and pulled into new and old directions depending on our surroundings, and the people in them. Through those changes in my life, I’ve found it easy to be one with any environment along my path in life.
In this series I am exploring the decay of found objects in various settings, and how this process has changed them to fit into its environment. Whether an object simply becomes aesthetically pleasing, or grow into its landscape; I’m looking for parallels in my life, how I’ve changed over time, and continue to change.