|Dimensions:||104 – 97 – 40 mm|
A crack is a performance of the material initiated by me.
While drilling and perforating a block of silicon, a man-made material composed of silica, I meditate on how in a non-linear time, contemporary materials live amongst old, already traditional materials, natural amongst man-made and materials that have already been handled amongst those that have just been found.
The landscape is collectively deconstructed, dissected in the search for meaning; it is subject and object, gaining weight and lightness in processual and relational flows of materials. In the end, it is a matter of impact and rebound, the images meditate on us and we inhabit the images.