S T O N E S
An investigation into the material of Paper Pulp. Everyday I rip all the surplus paper I come into contact with, put it in a bucket and mix in with it Prussian Blue pigment and water. Water breaks the paper down, reducing it to a slurry of individual fibres. A blue soup. I put my hand into the soup every day, bringing out with it a handful of the soup, whatever the hand can grasp, squeeze it dry and place it down on the table. A collection of daily squeezes is growing. Some sliced in half, some sanded down, some varnished.