The Native Plant Car Rooftop Garden is an urban installation that questions the possibilities for alternative green space in the urban environment. It asserts a preference for nurturing living plants and prioritizes them in contemporary urban life. It asks for more green space, and inventive intersections of the built environment and natural systems.
Type of Work
sculpture, garden intervention
Plexiglas, pipe insulation, burlap, insulation styrofoam, zip ties, soil, Licorice Ferns, Cascade Stone Crop, Broad-leaved Stonecrop, Oregon Stonecrop, Lanceleaf Stonecrop, Worm-leaved Stonecrop, Western Meadow Rue,Tufted Hairgrass, moss
24”x 34”x 14”
landscape, alternative green space in the developing urban environment, conversation between the built and biological environment