• Metropolitan Birdbox

    “For birds living in a city, adaptation is more common than we may imagine. I have heard of Eagles adapting to the skyline of New York, that prey on pigeons between the skyscrapers. We live side-by-side with animals of all sorts. My birdbox is made of simple materials that can attach to all sorts of city buildings and fences. The box can be easily removed by sliding it to the left or right, for cleaning. And, as a touch of humility, the perch is a found branch.”

    Materials and Processing:

    Structure in bent and painted metal

    Main body in painted and laser engraved wood