Samuelle Green’s work has always been multidisciplinary. Throughout all her mediums; painting, drawing, sculpture, and installation, there is a common thread of subject matter – that of the interaction of the human made and non-human visual world languages. At times these encounters are contentious and at others symbiotic – often stills in processes of decay as well as those of fructuous growth. Whether through mark making or the repurposing of recycled materials, Samuelle seeks to highlight the forms and details present in nature which humanity often overlooks and underappreciates. Within sets of self-imposed parameters or on rigid structures representing metaphorical frameworks of natural laws, elements repeat and propagate giving way to organic forms free of their scaffolds both literal and non-material.