Kivi ja puu
A pair of seats exploring the interdependency between the rock and the wood. 
The rock protects the wood from the moisture of the soil and the wood gives the rock a purpose-to be seen. 
The artwork studied the interaction between these compared materials. This was executed by parallelizing the burned timber with the wood block glued together from the pieces of constructional waste. Similarily, a smooth, and cracked piece of rock found from the nature was parallelized with a piece of concrete sourced from a landfill. 
When observing together as a pair, aspects that might otherwise go unnoticed are revealed. Comparing the seats provides us with new interest in viewing the shapes and materials of these pieces. 
How do we see the usage of these materials, wood and rock, and how, in reality, do we explore it?