Succession 2016

Cement, steel, blast furnace slag, recycled expanded glass, coal ash, oyster shell, organic matter, Australian plants.
Two Forms: 400cm x 90cm dia and 450cm x 90cm dia.
Created for the 20th Biennale of Sydney: The Future is Already Here - It's Just Not Evenly Distributed. It consists of two fragmented columns inhabited by a selection of Australian plant species growing over the course of the exhibition.

Species List:
Top elements:
Ficus rubiginosa (Port Jackson fig)
Platycerium veitchii (Silver elk horn)

Vines:
Cissus antartica (Kangaroo vine)
Hoya australis (Common wax flower)
Pandorea pandorana (Wonga Wonga)

Others:
Plectranthus argentatus (Silver spur flower)
Adiantum aethiopicum (Maidenhair fern)
Dichondra repens (Kidney weed)
Peperomia enervis - no common name recorded

Installation
At time of installation
At time of installation
Six weeks after installation
Twelve weeks after installation
The two forms become bridged when two different vine species (Cissus antarctica and Pandorea pandorana) entwine six weeks after installation.
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