glue and carbon trace on paper
29,5 x 21 cm each
In crystallography, orthographic projections of crystals are commonly employed to observe and classify different crystalline structures.
Computer-generated orthographic projections(*) of saltpetre crystals, alongside with observations of their growth under a microscope, have served to construct an imagery of fictional micro-chemical universes, exploring their rhombohedral symmetry and abstraction.
Material and chemical experimentation has been directed towards the dynamic transformation of this non-renewable resource, reflecting on the fact that geometry is not inscribed within a linear understanding of time.
(*) Provided by Dr. Susanne Herting-Agthe, Institute of Applied Geosciences, TU-Berlin