Human/Nature is a a series of works that contrasts human made with natural structures, using images of Norfolk Island.
On the left is a detail of the pews, and on the right one of the fig root structure. There are straightforward similarities in angle between one and another.
While on the one hand this comparison between human and nature has been explored before, particularly with William Morris and Co. who Edward Burne-Jones associated with. Yet in 2016, this relationship to nature has to be re-invented in part due to climate change and global warming. If humans don't understand fully our integrated relationship with nature then we are probably doomed as a species inhabiting Earth. Cockroaches, mice and small sea life probably have a better chance.