This work explores how objects, sometimes quite mundane in origin, become revered and marvelled upon due to the passage of time. Where the original meaning or understanding of the artefact is lost, we attempt to construct a story, based on our patchwork of experience and historical knowledge.

Objects are thrown away, lost or hidden, becoming buried under layers of everyday life - centuries later these objects become archaeological artefacts, discovered, analysed, contextualised, collected and displayed. My work plays on the history we create through these artefacts, how in the future we might present new meanings and understandings for today's everyday objects.

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