The Mother of All: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Nature


Installation, Projection, Unity3D, Capacitive Touch Sensor, Rug, e-waste
2017

The Mother of All: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Nature is an experience set in the future of the Anthropocene, where the heightened loss of natural environment and resource suggests that a ceremony of renewal, such as those found around Persian New Year, can b adapted to this context to address the critical need for survival and a connection back to nature- a new nature. I argue that this new nature of scarcity, perpetuated by industrialization fossil fuel reliance, and climate change, is characterized as such through artifacts of war technological advancement, and deforestation.







Cargo Collective 2017