Matter is surprising. Part of a life cycle, a kind of resilience, it passes invariably from raw material to raw material.
Objects, on the other hand, have a parallel life - one that has been orchestrated from A to Z by a team of marketing experts.
But what happens when an object loses its initial usefulness (or uselessness)?
Often it ends in oblivion, hanging for a moment somewhere between "life" and "death" before desappearing forever. It is precisely this brief period of time that has captured my interest.
Hunting down in its final resting place, imprisoned in a crack or half buried in the earth, an object can sometimes reveal itself in unexpected ways...