Sculptural Works Made from Discarded Detritus Flowing Through a River

Eben Goff's "Flood Cubes" is a series of sculptural works that examine environmental concerns and the intersection of nature and culture. Three-dimensional cube frames were built and bolted to the concrete bed of the L.A. River (Ballona Creek), capturing the detritus that accumulates and flows through the river during winter rains. After one week in the water, the forms were unfastened and taken back to the studio.The results are a combination of plastic bags, caution tape, and other various forms of discarded trash artfully wrapped around the steel frames, changing the man-made structures in unexpected ways.

 See more of Eben Goff's work here.

via [designboom]