NOAR Nordic and Baltic contemporary art platform

Future fossils, 2018

999x999cm

NB! The artwork consists of different elements in different size.
Paper, concrete, aerated concrete bricks


This work concentrates on the following questions: What will be left after humans? Which human-made artefacts, trace fossils, will stay in statigraphic layers as a record of human? Human-made significant changes in ecosystems and environment, which will possibly remain as a record in Earth’s stratigraphic layers in a form of trace fossils. This work also draws parallels between lithography, photography and fossils by presenting interconnecting points inherent to those disciplines. Such as words – print, copy, original. Fossils as nature’s deep time impressions.


Broken lithographic stones are somewhere between technology and geology. Shaped by humans lithographic stones in time become no longer appropriate and return to nature.