Still Alive

Limestone, drops to drops, bottles, hydrochloric acid, crystal vinegar, water, variable dimensions, 2016

Stones are often seen as an inert and immutable material. Here are three limestone under drips; hydrochloric acid on a coral rock, vinegar crystal on a limestone, water on a lichen stone. This is to observe the transformation of rocks in various forms of erosion had to hydrochloric acid, to the formation of crystals by reacting with the vinegar and the slow growth of a lichen whose rock is substrate. These stones are the testimony of a moving material, changing; a evolution made visible to the human scale.