The two-person collaborative exhibition with Alice Highet explored the impermanence of being alive, as well as the fleeting existence of the human species on earth. The artworks investigate death, time, and the stillness required to achieve a state of presence. 

 

Influenced by meditation practice, Eastern philosophy, and Buddhist conceptions of impermanence, the artwork explores the ripple effect that our minds have on the world around us, the desire lines we create as we move through the earth and try to own it, and the continuous day-to-day cycles of the natural world that are our wisest teachers. Time, temporality and slowness are paramount in this space, as the work asks the viewer to slow, to listen, and to open.

Photo Credits: Matthew Pickering.