The sculptures in this series are not meant to last forever, they are made to be placed in nature, become part of it and if necessary dissapear in it. I see the environment as a vital part of my sculpture. Nature becomes a temporarily claimed environment but at the same time it claims the sculpture and becomes the new creator. By surrendering to the unpredictable processes the sculpture comes to a dialogue with the environment. The moment I place my sculpture in the environment I lose control over the continuation of the process.