How will our every action change our landscape? In this project, Ying-Ting and Yu-Ching invite visitors to pick up natural objects near the woods, place them on a conveyor belt, and then transport them to the grassland. The conveyor belt that cuts violently through the forest is the symbol of industrialization, accelerating every action we make as a people sculpting this earth. As visitors and artists, our actions all contribute to this misplacement of the landscape.

Yu-Ching Chiang and Ying-Ting Shen are Taiwanese cross-disciplinary artists currently based in Rotterdam. Their works constantly explore the unique ways in which machine, human, and environment intertwine, while responding and questioning social and environmental issues.

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Photos by Epp Kubu, Fotomorgaana