Nature is representative of being natural, organic, wholesome and pure. However, nature in the cityscape is quite often constructed through its decorative qualities and commonly used as ornaments to visually flourish the city. The mass replication of greenery that garnishes the buildings explores the idea of whether vegetation in the urban landscape is truly viewed as nature.
Back Up and Restore is a series that illustrates a transformation from the organic form of nature to now the representation of nature in the urban landscape. This transformation depicts the disintegration of quality and the transformation from the real to the reproduction of form. Back Up and Restore uses the digital realm and artificial materials to portray the concept of disintegrated of quality, purity, and realness of nature within the city.