spectacular perspectives of undulating topography, frequently taken from elevated viewpoints, respond to the physical evidence of the symbiotic relationship between man and nature; the works evidence beauty and decay.
creates black-and-white photographs of verdant, overwhelming vegetation in Samoa, an aggressive plant species that resulted from the destructive 2009 earthquake and tsunami there. “The vines surge over the landscape in the shape of a vast breaking wave, an inundation of vegetation and a striking echo of the tsunami,” Wyatt has explained
. Each of these artist’s works suggests the precarious relationship between the natural and the man-made, and the junctions where they inevitably meet.