Mark Baugh-Sasaki is a sculptor whose pieces draw attention to our ever-changing and hybridized world, where the natural and industrial worlds directly impact and change one another. Marks shares how his sculptures can help individuals be more aware of their environment and connection to it.
Mark delivered this talk at TEDxPeacePlaza on November 9, 2013, in San Francisco’s Japantown. Video by Arthur Prutkov, edited by Glenn Fajardo. Opening montage includes photos by Curtis Fry, Michael Ocampo, Nicholas Shipes, and Jeremy Cusker used under Creative Commons license. TEDxPeacePlaza 2013 is shared with you by the San Francisco Japantown Foundation.