The work of Gaia Lionello deals in a very explicit way with the theme of the contrast between nature and industry. The installation is composed of nineteen fibreglass stumps, painted black and arranged to form a triangle. The stumps have a very clear cut and allude to the indiscriminate exploitation of soil, while the title evokes memories of the large Germanic forest that in the past was hit by a terrible plague. Also the triangular shape is in sharp contrast to the shapes of nature. In this case, then, we are faced with an artwork that makes us reflect on a current topic, making us more responsible towards ongoing climate change.