Breadwoodwater is a meta commentary on materiality using actual raw materials elevated to "premium products" through arrangement, presentation, and designation of value. As a disruption to designer culture, this collection acts as a contemplation on the ephemeral designs of the natural world when unaltered by human hands. These objects were were all found, refined, and curated in what is now called Los Angeles, the ancestral land of the Kizh nation (otherwise referred to as Gabrieleño-Tongva).

Though this exercise is conceptual, the objects themselves are available for purchase. All interested parties may contact for inquiry, payment, shipping, and COA. 100% of all profits will go directly to remnant tribal and indigenous organizations such as the California Tribal Fund, the Tongva Taraxat Paxaavxa Conservancy, and the Sacred Places Institute to support land preservation and cultural propagation.
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