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New Media: Acrylic, Resin, Plaster, Plastic on Wood.
These works are inspired by the same type of rock deposition found in stalagmites. Over thousands of years, ceiling drippings often from limestone caves form an accumulation of deposited material that over time grows vertically. By repetitively dripping different coloured resins from the same point, a distinctively layered mound is created, allowing each drip to form over the last. Once the diameter of the work is achieved, the mound is sliced into a thin section to reveal the staggered yet concentric patterns of a synthesised stalagmite-like formation.
Handpicked to show at The Other Art Fair presented by Saatchi Art in London