A series of photographs of plants taken through worm-eaten on their leaves. Ernst Mach's "view from the left eye" would be cited for this work. He denied the existence of a border between the inner and outer world and expressed that any phenomena should be based on sensory experience and constructed in relative motion.
They are not only portraits of the plants but are also portraits of myself, holding a leaf with my hand, positioning a worm-eaten to depict elements. The elements appear in a very fluid and fluctuated relations between them.