When objects appear repetitively in large numbers, the visual effect will trigger a certain amount of awe. I seem to be particularly attracted to such scenes, and am furthermore intrigued by the meaning of the object’s placement and its interaction with the space. Objects of this nature most frequently observed are primarily concrete structures or daily utensils. Mass manufactured at a quick pace, they often intervene with our environment, and are most often seen stacked, idle, and without use or purpose. Using pulp and alternative media, I recreate these concrete structures and industrially produced goods in a realistic manner. The materiality of the alternative media highlights the wear and tear on the surface of these objects, while discrepancies in sensory experiences inspire the viewer to consider the state in which the objects, people and space interact and intervene with one another.