Point Reyes is an area of West Marin that has been legally labeled “Potential Wilderness”, a term that encapsulates the state of human affairs with the planet. The concept of “wilderness” has been debated for ages, among not only the ecology community but also among differing governments and religions for centuries. Whether it be through examining landscapes for paintings or manipulating the landscape to create large sculptures, artists have always had a complicated relationship with the environment. In the current global art context, there is a different position artists find themselves in. With catastrophic climate change an impending certainty, the way in which artists interact with the landscape is becoming increasingly sensitive. They must now ask themselves what effect their art has, and whether it is helping. This body of work seeks to visualize human relationships with the environment in a way that subtly elicits curiosity from the viewer.