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168 Hours investigate data sets generated by everyday, self-occurrences through ceramic materials. The project codifies personal experiences in an abstract and depersonalized manner, catalyzing the extended rhythms involved in creative practice. Both the work and their processes establish a rich setting for investigating notions of everyday life.
168 Hours physically records the hours of one week, chronicling and re-contextualizing daily activities, from waking to sleeping.
The work subtly remarks upon the difficulty that arises in attempting to understand the complexity of experiences and their interconnections with individual and environment.
slip-cast terracotta, underglaze
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