Incogo is a future plant that aims to create the abstract experience of flora not typically found in the Pacific Northwest. In this way, it is a playback device for natural beauty. The sculpture acts as both a time capsule and a possible future instrument for having experiences we might lose to a changing planet. As we move forward, Incogo is a reminder and monument of the now. If demise is the future, perhaps Incogo can comfort us with familiar patterns and colors.
Taylor Dean Harrison creates mixed-media sculptures and installations designed to create suffusive moments of mental peace.