Wynter Wells Drawing School workshop with Torkawase for Environmental Liberation.
Medium: Ink, Charcoal, Glass chips
Migration of Blackpoll Warbler
The Blackpoll warbler departs from the northeast Atlantic coast and embarks on a nonstop transoceanic flight of up to 3 d and 2,770 km on their way to overwintering grounds in South America.
Medium: Ink, Charcoal, Watercolor
Blackpoll Warbler & Passaic river Migration from north to south
Deconstructing the migrating story of Blackpoll Warbler and representing it through the Installation. Undulating surface panels are stretched in the space with elastic wires. Forms create relations and conflicts with each other, rejecting synthesis or totality. Boundaries between the structures are never defined.
Dissociation between space and time.
“Entangled Structure” aims to create space that stands for various species by creating nests for birds. The structure is an extension of the existing landscape of Passaic falls, Mary Ellen Kramer Park, and Valley of the rocks. Without defining the boundaries of the structure, nature will be integrated within and without.
The pavilion operates as an informational board and ‘‘bridge’’ between the natural and built environment.