Adam Davies


A culvert is a closed conduit or tunnel that facilitates the movement of water around an obstacle. Frequently used to redirect waterways under roads and railways, culverts function as the connecting link between two natural environments, particularly for the movement of aquatic organisms between upstream and downstream habitats. Bridges are a passage for human transportation over a natural obstacle. Conversely, culverts facilitate the passing of the natural world through the man-made. This project explores the solitude and wildness of these constructed spaces.