“Only after the last tree has been chopped down, only after the last river has been poisoned, only after the last fish has been caught, only then will we realize that we cannot eat money.” Indoamerican Wisdom..
Bio Ark is the name of my sculptural integration project with land art landscaping architecture. An ark that in its design houses a sculptural garden consistent in cacti and botanic life in danger of extinction.
I seek to enhance the nature of organic textures, representing their forms through sculptures made of materials resistant over time, installed in contrast with other angular and large-format geometric figures that frame the space.
Outdoor sculpture is the ideal way to integrate into the natural landscape, which, when faced with urban planning, must find its preponderance among human constructions, housing, industry and community centers.
I am interested in ecological restoration, developing vegetable landscapes, which, integrated with the sculpture installation and in collaboration with sustainable architecture, can generate pleasant and functional environments for living beings.