COMING TOGETHER AGAIN (WITHOUT THE LEAST RESISTANCE)

This piece reflects on the constant pulling apart and joining together of rock in the formation processes of the human landscape.  Asphalt and concrete rubble were collected while walking through the streets of Toronto.  These objects represent the agency of land; the land acting against the human-made membrane placed on top of it within cityscapes.  At the same time, these objects are permanently separated from their former geologic paths.  This piece is an attempt at bringing these objects to their next phase of existence.

"Coming Together Again (Without the Least Resistance)", 2018. Asphalt and concrete rubble, cotton string. Approx. 4'x4'.

"Coming Together Again (Without the Least Resistance)", 2018. Asphalt and concrete rubble, cotton string. Approx. 4'x4'.

Alternate View - "Coming Together Again (Without the Least Resistance)", 2018.

Alternate View - "Coming Together Again (Without the Least Resistance)", 2018.

Detail - "Coming Together Again (Without the Least Resistance)", 2018.

Detail - "Coming Together Again (Without the Least Resistance)", 2018.