Virtual Made Material

This side project stemmed from the harsh reality of obsolete digital data. Standards on recording and archiving digital information from initiatives like the London Charter and organisations like Archaeology Data Service (ADS) look to preserving and contextualising for the future, but in addition to this, I believe there is space for further artistic response.

Physical artworks hold an opportunity for archaeologist/artists to practically become more intimate with their work, as well as for anyone, their tangible presence can solidify its existence, and its experience, into something with an essence of memory, ephemerality and temporality.