ONE DAY WE WILL ALL BE DUST
"Wait, Later this will be nothing"
- Dieter Roth
Time's effect on materials is evident in everything around us - from the cracks in sun-bleached paint, to the yellowing of paper. Every material follows its own anticipated trajectory with calculated speed and precision: this is particularly well observed in wood, where each year of growth is commemorated in a ring, while its decay, noted in the discolouring left by the mosses, fungi and bacteria it sustained.
The following works are a study on materiality. Although identical in form, how each one ages and breaks down, at its own individual pace is - for me - fascinating to observe,