Silent Anger

For centuries humans have tweaked the genetic composition of plants to make them more aesthetically pleasing, more resistant to disease, more fruit-bearing and etc. Have we asked for their permission to do so?

We have also destroyed natural forests in the name of economics and replaced them with manicured gardens and parks.

“Silent Anger” represents a visual ‘voice’ against mankind’s unyielding treatment of Mother Nature. It is about how we impose our ambition on Nature based upon the pretext of a ‘benign intervention’ to make life better for humankind.

The images serve an as irony because they are digitally enhanced or modified to express an idea of beauty, which in itself, a highly subjective matter.

Most of all, we are doing the same to ourselves … “Is this what we want…? Is this what we need…?”