Paperclay, newspaper, cork, wood veneer.
Can the information and knowledge, encoded in and acquired by making the artefacts, be offered to viewers? Can understanding be passed on or does it have to be remade each time?
A bracket installed above head height holds a small wad of paper, cork and wood. It offers the viewer a 'bite' of the same materials it is made of, a sandwich of raw materials, slightly out of reach. The bracket, made of the same materials it offers, but processed, shredded newspapers embedded in clay, are a proxy for the body of the maker who has assimilated information through a 'digestive' process. What the artist has assimilated in making is offered raw to the viewer.