Human/Nature is a a series of works that contrasts human made with natural structures, using images of Norfolk Island.
Now that we are aware of the numerical aspect of nature, having plotted both spirals in shells and fractals in natural patterns, the distance between humans and nature has been shortened.
The patterning in the human design is fairly strictly mathematical, with some variation due to the materials. The patterning of the moss in the Moreton Bay figs is fractal, while the root structures conform to more mathematical principles. The moss dispersion is broken up and separated, as are the black tiles of the chapel flooring. This kind of dance among maths, fractal and humans is one point I'm trying to make in this series.