Artist and sculptor Mathilde Roussel-GiraudyShe presented her original works to the world at an exhibition in Brooklyn, New York. Her green growing sculptures consist of a metal frame, soil and wheat seeds. Herbal works of the artist change every day, so many visitors come to the exhibition several times. The collection of green sculptures was called "çapousse! ", which means" it grows! ". The main goal of the creations is to draw people's attention to the choice of what they eat, and also to show how gastronomic preferences affect the environment. As ancient wisdom says, we are what we eat. In Egyptian mythology, Osiris is the God of regeneration,one who always returns to life. It is also the embodiment of fertile land and natural cycles. The world of nature falls into food and becomes a component of human existence. Through these anthropomorphic and organic sculptures from soil and wheat seeds, the artist tries to help humanity realize that nature requires careful treatment of itself. "Observation of nature and responsible attitudeto how and what we eat will help us become more sensitive to the cyclical cycle of food in the world, abundance, hunger, allowing us to be physically and spiritually connected with global reality, "says Mathilde Roussel-Giraudy.