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New Media: Resin, Acrylic, Gesso, Plaster on Wood.
Individual igneous strata are formed by an array of free flowing rivers of liquid resin, that each eventually solidify over relief surfaces. The process is repeated in hundreds of layers, allowing the material to flow freely around itself, mimicking the colliding flows of molten rock, each taking the path of least resistance. Slicing though the end result reveals the unpredictable contrast of positive and negative space, resulting in formations that mystify the origins of this thin section.
Handpicked to show at The Other Art Fair presented by Saatchi Art in London