Cloverscapes

Cloverscapes re-imagines red and white clovers found in the cracks of abandoned spaces in the city. The planting, germinating, flowering, harvesting and saving of clovers become ingrained into the community’s social conscience as they learn and grow throughout the seasons, participating in a procession and celebration. The images exaggerated atmospheres aim to emphasize the visceral experience encountered when engaging with the urban environment.

Screen Shot 2014-03-01 at 3.35.16 PM* Renderings made in photoshop for Alyssa Schwann’s Landscape Representation class at UBC, Summer 2013 

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