Fragments excavated from the soil of a 600-year-old garden. They are separated into ‘then’ and ‘now’, exploring what can be read from these two sets of fragments.
Jam jars are sliced and melted. Their accidental forms are organic, hand-sized – tactile, tacit objects to be returned to the soil.
The photographs of fragments and the jam-jar forms are exhibited as prints, assemblages, and various sculptural installations.
Viewers are invited to choose a glass form to to take home and bury in their garden, for future gardeners to dig up.