The ceiling have filled with the thick and black clouds.
No light could penetrate them. The dark vapour amassed under the arched dome until it became almost palpable. As it became too abundant to withstand its own weight it began to condense in a form of the black rain. It was not heavy, but consistent. The black droplets kept falling down from the ceiling, leavening the fertile grounds and floors. But the earth could not withstand such plentitude and became soaked with the black liquid.
In this manmade climate, two types of environments are formed. The initial urge to incorporate the natural world in decoration by preserving, rather than representing, transforms into micro-environments encapsulated within their resin vessel. The two share a common origins, but are represented by radically distant qualities. The first one is stable, calm and silent. The plants within are permanent – they linger, suspended in time and space like the Flemish masters on the museums walls. This peaceful environment leaves them forever mummified, in their finest momentum. Their ephemerality have been successfully preserved, and stretched into eternal blossom. Nothing will break their explosive silence.