This body of work strives to emphasize the human-arboreal interrelationship. In order to portray this, I integrate human anatomy and the form of a tree, depending on the species. By breaking down the corporal barrier between man and tree, this work strives to renovate the null of the viewer's antiquated relation. Trees have been inherent factor in our survival as a species, and, in turn, are an integral part of humanity's culture. They are the ultimate matriarch, they protect us with shelter, they keep us in motion by providing fuel and fire, and nourish our bodies with medicine and food. Due to their essentiality, their presence is implicit in our civilization: references to trees live in our language, mythos , and provide a leeway to a higher understand beyond our existence .