First there was darkness, and the darkness was cold. It was deepest, oldest cold. It was
And the ice grew, it formed and changed, the ice evolved.
Then there was light and life and heat and from the heat came
and the ice retreated, until there was nothing
Nothing but the darkness
This body of works explores the deepest darkest mysteries of ice, from it’s cosmic beginning, to the isolation of the ice ages. And then on to life and warmth and to the flux we see around us in our changing climates.
The melting of ice sheets has become one of the most influential and controversial transitions in our modern world, whatever your view on global warming, there is cataclysm.
In its origins and in it’s ensuing destruction, ice creates and it destroys.
This series contemplates ice in abstraction - and ponders our relationship with the deep cold.
It stares into the thaw and sees the transcendental evolution into entropy. The end of Ice.