2015. Rozome (Japanese wax resist silk painting). Silk, natural dyes, soy wax, wire grid. 39 × 78 × 103 cm.
Caribou avoid wolves and bears by inhabiting the muskeg (wet peatlands through which it is notoriously difficult to travel until it freezes) and by spreading themselves thinly through the forest where they can’t be found. Cutlines and pipelines tear the fabric of the forest, allowing deer and moose to invade, followed closely by wolves.