Time Rock Stacks

Commonly found near trails and bodies of water, cairns are stacks of cantilevered rocks purposely balanced as ceremonial totems that mark a place or a journey. Time Rock Stacks are cast stones and relics gathered from a medieval church in dichroic glass embedded with metallic particles that react chromatically to the frequency of light. These glass timepieces respond to their surroundings and are a way of tapping into our peripheral senses and heightening awareness of changes in seasons, atmospheric light and weather. This collection addresses natural transience.

Text from Viewpoint Magazine #43

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