Imprints in Time  2014

There's the ocean!

There's the ocean!

Wood, epoxy and stone inlay 5 x 11 x 3 cm 2014

A place to hide

A place to hide

Wood, and epoxy inlay 12 x 15 x 10 cm 2014

The view from the cliff

The view from the cliff

Wood, epoxy and stone inlay 20 x 15 x 14 cm 2014

that time when we dove

that time when we dove

Wood, glass, ceramic and stone inlay 5 x 12 x 7 cm 2014

Imprints in time

Imprints in time

Imprints in time

Imprints in time

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As a visual artist, I am really intrigued by the concepts of space and the way it produces some sort of ethereal experiences when entered. The desire to solidify this intangible experience of ‘being there’ or even just the ‘essence of a place’ in an object has resulted in my recent series ‘Imprints in Time’.

 

My current body of work focuses extensively on the ‘entering’ of a space in an abstract manner – translated into the simple actions of carving into each piece of rubble. The filling up of these depressions with various materials using the technique of inlaying does not just signify my interventions but might even symbolise my presence “in” the said object.