we saw cracks and craters in washed up driftwood logs and we cast from them so we may borrow their marks.
I think it was out of habit that we worked in this way, following our trusted process of borrowing the marks that most define a landscape
and applying our now iconic blue spots of alginate paste to lift a perfect cast of the textural marks beneath.
The work had been handed back to nature. We could guide the marks through our artistic intervention, but we could not control the outcome.
Recognising our smallness within the majesty of nature brought the work much closer to the environment of which it spoke.