a potential trap

SALT LICK, Whitespace Gallery, 2022

with Rachel Stanley and Hannah Cash



shelving system, 12l water tank, push-fit plastic pipes and connectors, acid mine drainage with hydrous ferric oxide deposit (a potential selenium trap) collected from disused coal mine, Spittal beach, Northumberland, surplus green vapour barrier, aluminium folded box, agar bioplastic, soap cast of fused kelp roots, green marine sediment fertiliser in ice cube freezer bag, pebbledash rocks (spat out from pebbledash filled base of trees, Grassmarket, Edinburgh), slumped glass sheet, green marine sediment fertiliser, sanding block, glazed ceramic bowl, waste beach plastic, hydrous ferric oxide deposit, steel rod, bulldog clip, folded aluminium, whelk egg case, melted dental wax, flexi tub, sand cast glass, acid mine drainage with hydrous ferric oxide deposit

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