In 2018 I stumbled on a cord, right after that I noticed a rubber seal on display at the window of the local tool shop. I started to see similar objects lying on the streets, in the woods, on the construction sites, everywhere. You stumble upon something that makes you see things in a different way. Previously, I didn’t notice random bits of pipe lying around or fragments of rubber or lengths of cable, but I have started to see them now.
Stone is exceptionally durable and therefore can be considered the most tangible form of time. Taking the characteristics of a found object, I transferred these by engraving them into the stone. Consequently, these objects hold thousands of years worth of information right up to today. Transient and unnoticeable they bear messages and with their apparently random form, they are fragments from the fringes.