Mangrove Forest

Prior to the quarantine, citizens travelled vertically to their homes and destinations of the moving branches of Muka mangrove trees. This intertwined forest led from one end of the archipelago to the other, but after the plague, each district was walled off from the next — disrupting the continuous tree canopy and ending the uninterrupted arboreal transportation network. To commemorate this network, a sculpture of the arms moves up and down.