Robert Seneschall’s body of work focuses on the tension in the urban environment between architecture and nature. He investigates both the materiality of construction and the adaptability of plants. These recurring themes throughout his work act as metaphors for the rapid development of the urban environment and the resistance of floras. Heavily influenced by his surroundings, his work is reflective of both his daily experience of walking through the city and also the bleakness of the white walled gallery or studio space. Working towards synthesising the two opposing subjects, his work takes the form of sculpture and installation.