natural order is an installation of paper objects that adapt their surroundings — proliferating and sprouting — pursuing the idea that nature adapts to the space through a blooming, playful gesture and tenderly takes it over. As if she were reclaiming what belonged to her. A concept of imperfection and constant impermanence inspired by the Japanese wabi-sabi philosophy. The objects tell a story of the space through particular features of the environment, integrating and growing into different dimensions. They are made of wire and thin wenzhou paper dyed with ink. Nothing is rigid, final or perfect. The objects are movable and can adapt to the given movement of the air / wind. Simple and changeable - always in motion, never looking the same.

The idea of non-control is a fascinating aspect in observing what is and plays a crucial role in the process. change as a constant.