Luciana Abait was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. From 1993 to 1997 she attended the National School of Fine Arts ‘Prilidiano Pueyrredon’ in Buenos Aires. She also studied Art History at the University of Massachusetts and Literature and Painting at the University of Cambridge, England. Luciana Abait moved to Miami in 1997 and was a resident artist of the ArtCenter South Florida for 8 years. In 2005 she relocated to Los Angeles where she now lives and works. She is currently a resident artist of 18th Street Arts Center in Santa Monica, California.
It's made up of nature photographs -- but if you look closely, you'll see tiny humans and home furnishings such as couches and chairs. Alongside these photographs are 600 photos of leaves mounted to small wooden pieces that are cut into insect and animal shapes. The leaves seem to creep up the wall of the airport, and create a feeling of being both indoors and outdoors.