Photographs : Print On Archival Paper, Various Sizes
When the perspective becomes the questioning, then it also triggers comparisons. The ways of looking at human and plant life and life cycles can very much fall under that comparison, if nature itself becomes the viewer of things or life in general. In this work, the cycle of life for a human and a tree at various stages is shown via the medium of photographs and those stages are compared to each other irrespective of time. If time is taken out of this equation then the cycle of life becomes exactly the same for the two. This cyclic representation as concrete visuals is an attempt to take the human back to the famously forgotten fact that the world essentially is not human, contrary to how human perspective pretends for it to be.