Kevin B. Chen
Mark Baugh-Sasaki
Portrait of a Forest (detail), 2007
Wood, glass test tubes and materials collected from a forest
Courtesy of the artist & Krowswork

Mark Baugh-Sasaki’s sculptures are created out of a rugged combination of industrial and natural materials and processes that comment upon how the natural landscape is continually being transformed through its relationship with the industrial, creating new hybridized landscapes over time. Portrait of a Forest classifies as many natural and human items that Baugh-Sasaki discovered on a hike up Mount Tamalpais in Northern California.

EcoArchive: Meditations on Time and Nature

November 3, 2010 – January 22, 2011
Intersection for the Arts
San Francisco, CA

Photo credit: Scott Chernis
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