Makandal's installations function as a tactile drawing in which each new angle reveals a different composition to the viewer. The use of rubble and detritus from the built environment work in tangent with the organic matter and plastic plants to comment on the tensions that exist between urban landscapes and nature. Pipe cleaners, string, tubing and netting draw on notions of manufactured goods and waste. Mark making is explored through the use of these materials and extrapolated into a three dimensional composition.
Tactile drawing (installation) made up of found objects, cast cement, organic matter, detritus, plastic, foil, pipe cleaner, netting, tubing, paper, tape, and a stone