In a thoughtful but also humorous way, Sandra Mann raises questions about identity, human co-existence, interaction between mankind and animals, as well as about how we treat nature and the environment. The forests we are familiar with nowadays, and which are used primarily as sources of raw materials, have little in common with the ideal of untouched nature. The majority of the images in this series are staged. They are carefully composed photographs of artists and other protagonists posing in a natural setting. The observer’s perception is subtly put to the test: The sophisticated image compositions frequently only become clear on second glance.