Cyan / Salt
A series of three drawings, made with the same processes used to treat the fabric in Stone Blood of the Gods.
These are works on paper, with cyanotype, salt, glue, and ink, framed in steel. They are unfixed, and in constant contact with their environment, because of this, they are slowly changing as they age.
The way the drawings change with time and exposure to their environment is an essential element of their meaning. The cyanotype becomes a richer blue as it draws in more and more light, the glue darkens, the salt blooms and regrows in new patterns, the steel rusts. Rather than resisting change and decay, as is traditional in fine art, it is embraced.