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Uncultivated, is a series of both large-scale and miniature sculptures of weeds that continue my exploration of plant-inspired imagery. For these works, my focus has turned to the lesser-appreciated species that crop up in our lawns, colonize empty lots, and sprout where most other plants cannot gain a foothold. Weeds are the most resilient and adaptable plants on our planet, though their ability to thrive and cross borders has vilified them. Many parallels can be drawn between human perceptions of these scrappy flora and the so-called "undesirable" humans that crop up in today's polarizing debates. This series aims to shed light on these contemporary, social issues through a botanical lens.

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