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Forgotten Forest Installation

By Binti Mohamed Kassim Auzani Zeda and Lestari Endang

Abstract

The installation is inspired by the massive development issues the tropical rainforest ecosystems in Borneo and other parts of the world are facing. Human activity today destroys elements present in this rainforest via illegal logging, mining, and plantation, to name a few. These are all destructive investing activities that sometimes no longer put forward the principles of sustainability and balance. It is estimated that every day numerous species become extinct due to the destruction of this tropical rainforest ecosystem. The Forgotten Forest is about the human relationship of love and harmony with the natural world, something that deep down human nature yearns for. It highlights the loss of nature in the urban landscape and points out humankind's loss of its primal bonds with the natural world

Topics: N Visual arts (General) For photography, see TR, T Technology (General)
Year: 2018
OAI identifier: oai:ir.unimas.my:25405
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