Kaplan’s black-ink drawings examine how human activity interacts with the natural landscape. “In my work, I try to capture instances where technology has somehow intersected with or interrupted nature as she depicts the intersection between humanity and nature,” she says. “It is about finding the beauty in marks made by humans on the landscape and translating that information into line drawings,” she says.
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