Along a distributary of the Red River in Hanoi, nature is left undisturbed to shape and transform the objects which found their way to her riverbed. Construction and destruction run their natural courses with minimal human intervention. The result is a stark juxtaposition of the organic and man-made, embedded into each other and muddled over time.
What the water did to these objects can be done to us too. When we forget what nature is capable of and become complacent, will we lose the control we have grown so used to?
Sometimes, we forget what nature is capable of. The water reminds us of that.
Along an anabranch of the Red River, objects of civilisation find their way to the riverbed. Amidst the stillness, nature is left undisturbed to build upon and erode away. As water embeds the organic and man-made into each other, beauty and violence blend into embodiments of our love-hate affair with the natural.