Since the Enlightenment, Western philosophers have presented to us a concept of nature that is universal
and would always replenish itself for human use.
Nature served as a backdrop and tool for the moral intentions of humanity, which could tame and overcome nature.

In "Invisible Roots," I've captured images of diseased and healthy trees in Rotterdam. As humans, we quickly perceive the potential risk of a sick tree falling on us, leading to its removal. I perceive this attempt to control nature as something unrealistic. In the artwork, fungi coexists with my photos. This symbiosis reflects how nature may eventually reclaim the photographs, mirroring the potential future where nature overtakes us if we persist in our current way of living.