Photography, Digital, Aluminium, 134. x 101 x 12 cm, 2011
We humans believe we have logical and rational minds. Those minds have created many different systems through which we live our lives. When we apply the system it becomes a construct. A construct is inherently artificial the opposite of natural. I do during my daily trips see something I would call nature, and the painted marks would speak to the artificiality of all I observed. The trees I photograph are not so much trees but objects marked by humans. The very concept of a tree as a part of nature becomes ironic when it was marked, or tagged for some reason.