Silas Inoue’s Wolf Pack is a series of large scale drawings, pencil on paper. In the Wolf Pack series, wolves have been compressed so they just barely fit into the frames. The drawings evolve around the wolf as signifier of wild nature, and humanity’s attempt to systemize the world and adjust nature to the confines of culture. During centuries of breeding we have turned wolves into dogs, the same goes for much of the “natural” that surrounds us in our daily life. Vegetables, fruits, life stock animals, pets, etc. for good and bad a lot of nature have been domesticated in the means of fitting into human needs and tastes. The wolf pack series portray this aspect of our relation with nature, as well as a human tendency to divide the world in dualisms – wild and domestic, nature and culture, good and evil, frame and content. The Wolf Pack series is an ongoing body of works, evolving and growing like a real wolf pack.