Ceramic sculpture, MDF board, emulsion and found objects 200 x 60 x 60 cm
We live in a technical age where science: observes, identifies, describes, experimentally investigates and theoretically explains our surrounding phenomena. But it is our perception and belief systems that inform what we do with all this scientific data. Overpowered by factoids about the environment, humankind is becoming increasing detached from nature.
Stack (& measure) is an assemblage of sculptural objects, situating facts about climate change within the context of artefacts, collected and made. Earth as recorder, kiln as creator; the stack of ceramic circles represents a geological or spinal structure, blurring the distinction between human and nature.