“reclamation” consisted of two artificial ponds filled with water and green algae. In the ponds were arranged several dozen sculptures. The forms were cast using a mixture of plaster and common grass seed, leaving the seeds imbedded within the walls of the plaster structures. As the sculptures soaked up water, the seeds became moist and began to sprout. In time, the seedlings pushed through the hardened plaster walls of the sculptures.
As the embedded grass seeds sprouted and emerged, the structures evolved and changed. Seedlings began to cover the plaster planes, slowly taking over the once pristine white surfaces; transforming them into a matrix of foliage and geometric structure.