A New Terrain




The island and wall have morphed into a continuum of displaced objects.

An island forms the idealised setting for the displaced fragments to collect. Beginning with the grain fragments the paddle boats set sail. Their cargo remnants of cultures past travelling the sea for thousands of years, when their trajectory finally guides them to the island the outer wall is breeched and the grains settle into the bedrock forming a new terrain; re-contextualising the fragments into a new landform conceived by displacement. The conical wall increases exponentially as waters rise, unfurling as more displaced fragments are lured into the scene over time.

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