An exploration between man-made interiors and the tensions it creates with the natural world. This notion of the ‘perfect’ aesthetic home whilst attainable is unrealistic and unsustainable. Using plants in our home exposes the intertwined assemblage between man-made and the natural world for our benefit and pleasure. Though these interior adverts often appear to showcase plants, they also betray the contradiction in humans’ hierarchical exertion of power over nature.
With an interest in writings from Donna Haraway, Anna Tsing and Arne Næss.