The Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Moon Festival is a popular Chinese event dating back 3,000 years to the Shang Dynasty. The moon and related mysticsm has played an important part in Chinese culture and has been the subject of many art works.
Fireworks are used to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival and these drawings attempt to map a festive dance using the language of pyrotechnics.
The Los Cocoteros Rock Pool is an architectural transition from the real Canarian nature to the man-made adaptation of nature. Located next to salt plains, the man-made structures have invited a new natural intervention; multicoloured algae which is in juxtaposition to the blacks and browns of Lanzarote. The rock pools acts as a boundary between the plains and the sea, calming the rough waves so they lap up to the bathing pools and providing a mix of harsh sunlit and dark spaces: the creation of a supernature.