a ‘perfect ream’ (516 pages) of personal documents dipped in porcelain slip installed on support structures such as a chalkboard. a magazine rack and the architecture of the space. Some of the documents are printed with toner containing iron oxide that in a way magnetizes the words to the page and leaves behind an iron oxide print on the porcelain.
Stoneware sculptures fired in a kiln schedule that acts like an atmospheric time machine. The kiln is programmed to follow the path of oxygen from present day to 4.5 billion years ago when Earth’s atmosphere was in reduction.
Link to accompanying text pdf, paperweight.
April 2019 images by Edwin Isford