Stuck In An Interval (somewhere between past and future)
Ceramic, Wax - 2016
The essence of transience stands alongside that which is permanent. History and time manifests itself within this work. Flitting memories of hands, and physical interactions are fixed forever in the ceramics. The movement of time becomes ever present as the wax melts, fingerprints fade and the work reshapes. This piece explores the notion of the perpetual present: is the time we exist in endless or fleeting? The key to existing beyond time as we know it, is legacy. These marks hold a far greater longevity than a human life, providing a small relief from the temporal conflict we experience.
The piece consisted of twenty-four sculptures, twelve ceramic, and twelve wax candles that were lit for the duration of the exhibition.