The work explores the symbiosis relationship between Nature and Machine. The 21st century will challenge pre- existing distinction between nature and technology. How might the line between biology and technology begin to blur? Can we create a platform that is mutually beneficial for both robot and living things? Natura Machina: Teenage Meadow is an interactive pneumatic sculpture that embraces elements of the natural world and the human form. As a mound of green reindeer moss lichen that swells and contracts like a breathing lung through hidden, robotically turned gears, this work explores the interplay of interior versus exterior spaces relating to the body and nature. Singular and con- crete meaning-distinctions—machine, plants, people— dissolve along a single plane; triggered by the presence, and deactivated in the viewer’s absence, Natura Machina: Teenage Meadow highlights the context structuring compositions so that our role becomes nature’s role for the body. We are such intimate moments existing as one.