Aluminium, bronze, brass and ceramics are blended together through an experimental casting technique that maintains the unique properties of each material. Evoking geological samples unearthed from another world, these objects emerge from an investigation into radical theories of time. Contrary to our perception, time does not unfold in a linear fashion; instead, it is a complex network of events to which we apply concepts of past, present and future. Time emerges instead as a fluid phenomenon from the universal laws of thermodynamics and quantum mechanics.
Radical Fossils II, 2016,
Aluminium and Bronze, 165 x 40 x 25 cm. Enquiry︎