Riverside Relic is a bronze-glazed ceramic sculpture made of high-fired black stoneware. Its semi-figurative form is referring to traces of human invasion into a riverside plant life, such as cigarette buds and metal and plastic trash into a riverbed plant life. It's partly paleontological, partly contemporary vegetal growth proposes a future, post- apocalyptic setting.
Struger explores the concept of "Reclaiming Space" in relation to Greenhall’s strategy of "turning sovereignty inwards" and reaching a "deep sense of integrity beyond ego". Her practice raises the question of who is doing the reclaiming (e.g. marginalised groups, future generations, alien invaders, machines, nature) and at the expense of whom. The works exhibited indicate vegetal growth and tackle issues such as animacy and mimicry.