Compost Landscape (nice rot) #1, 2020

 

Anna Chrystal Stephens is interested in homesteading, self-sufficiency, permaculture and how we may exist as part of an integrated ecosystem. Documented over a period of six months, the project Compost Landscapes complements this research and considers natural cycles, nutrients and growth over time.

 

Stephens writes: ‘Batches of peels and skins are photographed at the moment of being added to a decomposition chamber: Vegetable matter which has begun to rot in a small container (indoors) is added to the main container (outdoors), the juices flow. The bright colours disappear during the decay and reappear later in the fruit that grows from the enriched soil. The matter is not waste but is new food.

 

Digital archival print on Hahnemühle Matt (350gsm)

Paper size: A4

Print size: 16cm x 25cm

Edition of 25

Signed and numbered by the artist

 

£100 unframed

Anna Chrystal Stephens | Compost Landscape (nice rot) #1

£100.00Price

Digital archival print on Hahnemühle Matt (350gsm) 

Paper size: A4

Print size: 16cm x 25cm

Edition of 25

Signed and numbered by the artist

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