Paper and digitally printed canvas and glue sculpture with collage, acrylic and spray paint. Series of 5 works. Sizes vary not exceeding 30x30x20cm
When landscapes are observed and understood through cartography of technology that guides us through our three-dimensional reality, stones and rocks become almost archaeological artefacts rarely seen or touched. Stones last and represent longevity but stones also crumble. When was the last time you held a chunky rock in your hands? The desire to formalise the notion of aggregated terrain that has developed with Landscape I and Landscape II results in a series of ambiguous objects. Objects are constructed around duality of belonging to a landscape but also suggesting a connection to human body.