Vancouver, British Columbia

Temporality is a site-specific and temporary installation that explores the temporality of material and space. It explores the temporality of material and its change over time and in space. The piece was a 5-foot by 10-foot mosaic made of repurposed sandstone tiles. The form was taken to the beach in Vancouver, BC. Over the duration of a week, the piece was documented as it transformed and merged with the space due to the tides each day. After a week, the piece was removed and the documentary photos were stitched together using twine to emulate the original form. Using man-made materials, the piece was displayed as an off-site installation, representing its process of transformation through space.

Site-Specific Installation & Photography

Lex Hilderman
Calgary, Alberta