2017, installation, 1,5 x 1,5 x 1 meter, sand, glass, plastic, raisin, glue, styrofoam
Core Propositions is part of my ongoing research into the formation of dunes. A dune is formed when sand accumulates against a stationary object. This process suggests that in a dune landscape, underneath each dune a “thing” is hidden that designates the origin of each pile of sand. Core Propositions imagines what these objects would look like if they were to be excavated and put on display.