LD:4334.1409

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Title

LD:4334.1409

Date

2013

Medium

Mezzotint

Description

Collectors are very similar to their attendant counterparts, but a collector can reach as tall as thirty centimeters whereas an attendant is rarely larger than eight or nine. The collector is thought to be essentially a descendant of autonomous machines originally created to restore environmental sites ruined by desertification and climate change. While initially dismissed as impossibility, population biologists were stunned to find that small territories are being successfully groomed and prepared for restoration.

Attendants receive collected seeds from their collectors and typically grow specimens in isolation before handing them off again to collectors for introduction at the intended restoration site.

Physical Dimensions

24" x 14"

Citation

“LD:4334.1409,” Doug Bosley, accessed November 24, 2017, http://www.dougbosley.com/items/show/7.