Four portals invite close observation of the thingness of rock surfaces.
In the age of the Anthropocene, the work encourages a re-evaluation of our relationship with and our perception of the natural environment. It takes us to a place where time passes at a non-human pace. What we generally perceive as solid, dead matter is in constant flux, undergoing continuous change at a rate that is imperceptible to humans. The work explores how non-human things have an active role in human lives and become active agents in the creative process.
Solid Work Drifting, Giclée Prints in bespoke cloth frame, 10x8 inches, 2021