Following the foundations of choice in The Cult of Beauty, I have broadened the narrative by taking the figure out of a personal environment and placing them in Woods and Groves. Woods are legendary in literature and fairytales; pictured as frightening dark places, they represent a hostile environment where enemies hide and dangers lurk – Little Red Ridding Hood meets the Big Bad Wolf. Historically groves were marked sites of idol worship and human sacrifice, while Mythology tells stories of the lusty exploits of women and treacherous pools of water where the hearts and minds of self-indulgent wonderers could be overwhelmed and transformed by peering too long at their own reflection. Often ill prepared for this environment, those who find themselves in The Groves must choose either to rise above their powerful lurer or be subdued by them.