Growth is an installation of cutout monotypes that morphs and adapts dependent on its location. The work focuses on exploring the cell, its “imperfect perfections” and “organized chaos.” Of particular interest is the cell’s ability to mutate, evolve, and adapt—processes that are mirrored in my experimentation with printmaking and through the interventions I make in my works on paper through cutting and sewing. I explore my interest in nature through color, lines, shapes, and texture, implicitly commenting on the nature/culture false dichotomy which characterizes the Anthropocene: an epoch in which humans are the dominant force shaping the planet’s bio-geologic processes.