|Dimensions:||70 – 60 - 35 mm|
Mining has created an excavated materiality, often hidden from our daily lives. And yet our physical and material realities are a reflection and a consequence of the digging gesture. Thus, the materiality of the world is not merely culturally constructed but culturally excavated and this relationship is often dismissed – turning the world into an agglomerate of alienated objects and materials – their original sources and way of circulating within the planet impossible to distinguish. Making is always a matter of fragmentation and an evidence that constructed materiality is un-negatively connected to excavated materiality.