"Forest Floor" is similar to the other pieces in the "Landform" series in that they are a direct response to the materials found immediately within a particular place. By re-purposing them, and making them more noticeable, their presence is heightened and made more visible. The location can only be found by walking through the forest, and noticing the sudden accumulation of pieces; it takes a 'paying of attention'. Though they are a collective, they are really only made present by the beauty and strength found in each individual piece. Like the sand in the New Zealand landforms that were taken away by the tide, these pieces will begin to slowly disappear through their own disintegration and assimilation back into the landscape.