I created this body of work off and on for several years. It developed out of the interest in consumer aesthetics and examining how those aesthetics manipulate our perceptions of our everyday surroundings. I believe these Geoforms question the juxtaposition of the naturally created form and its co-existence within the consumer culture. The pieces occupy the zone where pedestrian fauna, pseudo-nature, and the contradiction of the day-to-day experience collide with the concept of the sublime landscape. The pieces challenge one's perception of the landscape and attempt to eliminate the line between geo(logical) phenomenon and popular culture.