Interconnection and more art by Estefania Liehr

Interconnection, 2021
9 x 9 cm (h x w)
GBP 50
Alcohol Inks

This petri dish was made using epoxy resin and by dropping some alcohol inks in. I also used ink sinker to make sure it had a 3D effect. If you closely look at the sides, you can see colour pigments elevating and reaching towards the other side of the resin. I wanted to give the impression of something alive and dynamic.

I was trying to recreate mycelium which is a network of fungi which usually live in the soil. These organisms are what allows trees to communicate and share carbon, nutrients, etc, for example to help an ill tree. I felt this represented how the interconnection between species and the support networks are what keep forests alive and thriving. Much like ourselves, they depend on others and community.

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