MFA

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Rachel Clark

Ceramics

Transitional structures These brick-like structures are in the process transitioning from human habitation to plant habitation. They are the most suitable habitat for roadside flora of North Western Pennsylvania and can typically be found residing along back roads. They may be difficult to identify at first as wild flora has since taken up residents in these abandoned structures, sometimes hiding the structure completely, as the plants adapt to this new environment.