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Similarities in form and function inspire stories.

Homo phagus meets Diatom navicula
(a love story for plant lovers)

Recycled Biomesh, hand-drawn,
machine-stitched.
710mm x 315mm x 270mm
Photo: Lisa Roberts

FORM: Navicula = boat-shaped
FUNCTION: phagocytosis = process by which certain living cells ingest other cells

STORY: Inside a Diatom navicular lies Homo phagus. As in an ancient Egyptian ritual, she travels by boat to an after life.
Will she feed the fish?

 

Diatom navicular
Recycled Biomesh, hand-drawn, machine-stitched. 550mmx170mmx120mm
Photo: Lisa Roberts

 

Dinoflagellate
Recycled Biomesh, hand-drawn, machine-stitched. 350mmx650mmx300mm
Photo: Lisa Roberts

Hoop dancer
Pencil drawing on recycled paper. A5