Connections between ambition and appetite, unchecked growth and ruin, hunger and sustainability. These are sculptures in the form of architectural fragments, structures that support the live growth of food crops such as wheat, corn, and beans. Over the course of a growing season the gypsum-based structures and plants become enmeshed, dried out – roots and all. They point to what anthropologist Anna Tsing calls “more-than-human entanglements,” where organic growth and cultural artifacts become hybridized and unruly.