Glass sculpture, Eight elephants, Variable size
Human expansion has made elephants a serious threat to humans, and habitat loss is a major obstacle to maintaining existing elephant populations. Elephants have to leave their homes and migrate to distant places.
Humans are like cancer and a virus on the planet, making endless demands on nature.
Instead of the colours of love and dreams, their bodies are filled with death, pain and despair.
Those viruses filled their bodies and the elephants became deformed, and asymmetrical feet began to grow. Their trunks have become twisted and they are unable to forage.
The end of this migration is death.