Bed, first realized in 2019 – present day.
Wurundjeri and Boon Wurrung soil, stones, pholia moss, dicranales moss, sphagnum moss, wood, fescues, grass, roots, aluminium, rust, oxide pigments, cement.
'Bed' is a manifestation and a romanticisation of terrene dislocation, in which the pilgrimage and the remains of a once evident ancient ecology in a modern epoch is embodied. It is an appreciation to a vast cluster of Tertullian entities evident to be in sort of way surviving, progressing, and/or held fugitive. It echoes the providence of the colossal landscape in a state of solitude, to be cherished, and to hopefully be regained. It is a man-made plate to comprehend the passage from death and life, the bedding of eons past, present and to come, the terrestrial dwelling and capsule of growth and the home to our ancestral upcoming; The bedding of perpetual worlds.