Friday, September 18, 2009


This project was put on display on 320 S. Broad St. in Philadelphia for a month. It was a recontextualization of the everyday, in order to provide the viewer with a new experience and appreciation of their lawns. It came out of an idea that our lawns seem to be the very essence of the human chokehold on nature, but in reality by mowing our lawns (which seems cruel to the grass) we actually remove any competition the grass might have for sunlight. Maybe corn has actually plotted to take over the midwest (that was supposed to be a joke, even if you can't tell in type).

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