Transient Cement

 Dry cement, photographs, glass, cinder block supports.

Transient Cement is a process and response to observations and writings on cities. Specifically the urban development which seems to be a tecnonic undercurrent in most cities and which is both consistant in it’s practices of displacing people, both destructive and productive in terms of changing the utility of a place and who such architectures serve. In this process both art and architecture serve the process of development, making it easy for arguments to be made towards these changes. By presenting the work as a set of basic material components I aim to generate alternative conversations from the ground up. 

Transient Cement. 2016. Charles H. Scott Gallery.

© Liljana Mead Martin 2019