Marie Farrington

Marie Farrington’s practice articulates intersections between landscape, visibility and histories of display, exploring how matter is coded and transformed over time.

She employs casting as a sculptural process to construct material archives that capture residual aspects of sites, approaching surfaces as semi-photographic indexes. By translating geological activities (such as folding, layering and stacking) into methods of making her work, her practice alludes to the studio as a geological site bound to processes of accrual and erasure. The resulting works operate as relics in reverse.