My work focuses on the impact the economic and political climate has on our urban and natural surroundings. Cities and nature expand and shrink, through war, natural disasters and loss of cultures. More and more though cities and nature are being treated as currency in an explosive market for natural resources or real estate value, disregarding its inhabitants. Refugee camps are turning into new (temporal) cities, cities are being gentrified and nature is still disappearing at an alarming rate.
The fragmentary architectural and natural elements in the work refer to the different transformations our cities and environments are constantly undergoing. Building, unbuilding and rebuilding our realm creating a gentrified world.