For Lauren Fensterstock’s latest installation, jet black paper was used to create an ocean of ominous looking grass, flowers and reeds. Flowing form room to room, the seemingly natural environment moves, flows and thrives almost as if it were apart of some post apocalyptic vegetation.
No stranger to unnatural, Fensterdstock challenges what’s considered normal in her work. Flowers, grass and leaves are guaranteed and expected to be bright and colorful, but the flowers presented in her were are often dark and monochromatic. But only in color are they different, usually the color black gives off an air of death or famine, but the “vegetation” in her work seem to be flourishing. Check out more from the installation below, and more from Lauren Fensterstock here.