Surface edge shadow
“A body of work offering an imbued sense of human predominance, disruption and corruption within our landscape. Through the use of excavation and stain, these votive forms pose the question and peer deeper into what we will leave behind; ‘Are we being good ancestors?’
A charred surface texture illustrating human disruption on our landscape, stained subterranean strata layers exhumed and exposed. The echoing of a separated future that maybe ahead of us; landmarked by consequence and collateral discern.
This gathering of vessels is evidence of my intervention within my immediate landscape, and what I have chosen to leave behind.”
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