Although Arcadia is an arid, mountainous region of Greece, the popular term “Arcadian” means something very different. Through a series of poetic and artistic imaginings Arcadia has been transfigured from a dry, inhospitable landscape into the universally accepted realm of utopian pastoral paradise. The sculpture project Arcadia explores this exchange of one reality for another. Arcadia poses elements from landscape against technological and architectonic constructions to reveal some of the complexities and contradictions of contemporary daily life. The cast bronze landscape elements suggest by their size and quantity that they are forces to be reckoned with. Depicted in an ambiguous stage of dormancy, the botanical forms refer to potential and promise as well as quiescence and death.