Echoes of Process

Metal by Adi Toch

3 May - 9 June 2018

Echoes of Process invites reflection on the often-overlooked or discarded traces of the making process. Aspects of actions are carefully recorded through a collection of reconsidered fragments, containing remnants of objects or materials. Vinyl gloves covered with brass dust are evocative of the subtle surface treatment and the action of subtraction as well as the makerís hand, while binding wire silhouettes used for soldering create an installation of the ghosts of vessels. The story of making in metal is told through what is left behind.

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