EROSION

These complex and irregular concentric formations are produced by chemically eroding a flat bed of synthetic land. The surface of this once flat land organically dissolves into a cavernous and undulating deposit. Weathered by the elements this surface becomes smooth, and as the layers of sediment are built up the original surface is no longer recognisable. The catalytic event is forgotten and hidden beneath the surface, until finally revealed as a thin slice capturing all the moments in time into one map, a map that reflects movement, erosion and time.