Factoria Recycling and
Transfer Station

Factoria Recycling and
Transfer Station

Carolyn Law

Nature ↔ Human

A nature-inspired poem etched into glass greets visitors to the Factoria Recycling and Transfer Station’s Administration Building.

Carolyn Law, with Margi Berger and Lynn Robb. Nature ↔ Human, 2017. Etched glass. King County Public Art Collection. Photo by @wiseknave.

Written by Margi Berger and crafted for the Station by Carolyn Law and Lynn Robb, the poem reflects the cycles of use and reuse that take place at this facility. The materials brought to Factoria by King County residents began as natural materials, were shaped and used by humans, and will soon return to the earth. The poem, titled Nature ↔ Human, reminds us of the vital relationship between humans and nature.
 
 
Carolyn Law, with Margi Berger and Lynn Robb. Nature ↔ Human, 2017. Etched glass. King County Public Art Collection. Photo by @wiseknave.
Carolyn Law, with Margi Berger and Lynn Robb. Nature ↔ Human, 2017. Etched glass. King County Public Art Collection. Photo by @wiseknave.
Carolyn Law, with Margi Berger and Lynn Robb. Nature ↔ Human, 2017. Etched glass. King County Public Art Collection. Photo by @wiseknave.