As a poet and artist, I take nothing for granted. I am particularly inclined to register and process the sorts of changes that can take place in a seemingly immobile landscape from one moment to the next. I am, moreover, obsessed with the question as to whether it is possible to displace human beings from the center around which art revolves. Solastalgia is a multidisciplinary project dedicated to exploring my nostalgia for solitude in Nature in an era that has come to be known as the Anthropocene. I thus seek to evoke and portray the ripples sent across the humanities by our growing realization that forests, once ubiquitous and all-encompassing, are swiftly being reduced to parcels and devastated. The photographic mosaic entitled Green Nostalgia is composed of 256 Giclée photographs mounted on foam board measuring 10 x 10 cm each. It represents my repeated forays into remote natural reserves across Mexico.