In many of the existing oldest forests, we can find numerous examples of crooked trees, of which few have survived human intervention. Nevertheless, they were named useless in the logics of extractivism. However, the torsion of the native trees allows them to be resilient and permanent within their ecosystem, furthermore this assertion guides us to an important question: How to survive the homogenization and simplification of the landscapes?
“Árboles Torcidos” seeks to represent a cohabitation aesthetic, and it promotes the bloom of natural and cultural diversities to think of/from/and through a forest, others possible futures.
The artwork was exposed between April and May 2022.