‘The Industrial Site’
The objects’ seemingly organic, yet human-made forms, hint towards a kind of archaeological intervention, where the process of human activity meets material culture. The ambiguity of this process is posed through the concealment of the cloth, in turn, revealing that a sense of uncertainty aims to challenge perspective. These gaps in ‘The Industrial Site’ require pockets of knowledge that aim to reflect notions of myth and rituals, where actions and objects become very much both personal and cultural normalities. In disclosing the very thing that has been made, the works importance shifts to the process of production, questioning our relationship to the production and reproduction of objects.