Pulled out of personal experience of Environment, “An Island in a City Sea” combines natural and synthetic materials that form a changing liminal space dictated by light and the combination of poetry along side sculpture. Man and nature, two sides of the same coin and yet so looked upon as enemies, a contrast, if you will, of interests.
An island in a city sea,
No mountain but to us could be,
The mound of rock, of earth, of stone,
A place we seem to be alone.
Yet all around the light of day,
At night seeps in and comes to stay.