This is a virtual garden continually rendering 3D models of plants. In nature gardens are a fluctuating intersection of nature and culture, always growing and changing. Likewise, rendering is a digital state in flux, between the software program and the final output.
Stems, branches and flowers appear at a bewildering rate, twisting and disappearing from view before they can be properly scrutinized. What might on first glance appear to be a polite bouquet soon evolves into a storm of hyperactive automated and fake life forms, that are merely referencing the natural world.
Depth is suggested through the animation, with the plants spinning into the screen’s black infinity. By following the guiding arrows of the 3-D mechanism perspective is spun out of comprehension and you enter into a anti-gravitational realm. The trance-like looping of Render Garden prompts you to question what is natural in our increasingly technological existence.