Interstitial #3. Red vase

In its unceasing expansion the city grows embracing portions of space that will be progressively filled. The space in between, the interstices, in the wait, is colonized by natural creatures, trees, weeds or other unwanted living forms. In other cases the, once, natural spaces get smaller and smaller. It is an ephemeral landscape that is not going to last.

1 comment:

Kent Wiley said...

I too find myself in these kinds of places on a regular basis, so they are often the subject matter for my man made wilderness. They keep getting smaller and smaller, but never really quite disappear. Or in the cycle of things, they re-emerge somewhere else, especially in urban environments.