In the summer of 2016, Amy completed a residency at Sachaqa Centro de Arte in San Roque de Cumbaza, Peru. During that time, she created a site-specific outdoor sculpture built from materials sourced at the top of the mountain where it still stands. This piece used a large tree that had fallen in the area as the internal support and the rest was created using dried fern stalks and thin branches that were woven together to give the sculpture volume. On the last day of the residency, several flowering vines were planted underneath the sculpture. These vines will grow over the sculpture over the years and eventually cover the piece in flowers.
This sculpture was inspired by portals and windows looking into the future and the past simultaneously. The piece is named "Mayatataq rishanki (a donde vas?)" which asks the question "where are you going?" in Quechua, the indigenous language of the region, and Spanish, the current language. A formal statement about the piece in Spanish and English can be found here.