Tim Kopra illustrates an altered perspective of the social and physical infrastructure in daily life. The language of architecture and the history held in urban debris collide in his aesthetic. He uses sonic elements, and often fabricates work beyond human scale seeking to entangle viewers within banal ubiquitous material in an imaginative way, that challenge accepted notions of everyday experience.
Tims process combines a use of found and industrial materials with the application of common construction techniques. Conceptually he is investigating the relationship between natural landscapes and man-made landscapes, tracing metaphorical and physical mimicry as well as the staunch differences between them.