Accelerating process​​​​​​​
“A growing tree marks down its own yearly events, offering a
powerfull image of time embodied..”
A material research project that attempts to imitate and implement aesthetics from nature in a deliberate manner, and to examine the acceleration of these processes at different intervention doses and in the same time embrace the unexpected.
The inspiration and motivation for the project were first came up to my mind on a trip to Budapest, Hungary, at the fishermen's Bastion, where massive bronze statues stood on stone pedestals, and over the years the metal corrosion seeped and forced itself onto the stone.
 The objects are visual measuring tools for the process, which demonstrate the effect of the time variable on the object's appearance and express their resonance in them. The show case presents ten identical objects that have undergone the same process over different times, creating a wide color palette, and next to them, a single living object, which will continue to change forever at its own time, without external interference.
Timelapse
Some of my experiments
Electroplating
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