by Hollie Mackenzie

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February 20, 2012

*This blog post has been back-dated for continuity purposes. Photographs were originally taken in February 2012.

February 14, 2012

Using a pencil to highlight the wood grain, shows how the wood looks like it's turning into water - how this solid object is melting in the flowing grains. 

This grain work reminds me of a technological landscape/circuit - symbolises our future melting wood (nature) - h...

February 14, 2012

*This blog post has been back-dated for continuity purposes. Sketches and text were originally done in February 2012.

February 14, 2012

 Melting and deteriorating into bubbles/domes of liquified landscape. Materials that do not melt but appear to be right before our eyes. We know it's not real, this situation cannot occur within this world with these kinds of materials and objects, so it must be o...

February 14, 2012

Questioning how to construct 'Downfall', lead me to undertake some empirical observation. This is an important step in my journey of sculptor 'becoming-joiner'. Visiting the Company, 'Ace Joinery' in Hove, Brighton, I was able to observe the work and produce of carpent...

February 13, 2012

Making Stairs actually melt

I need to see how a staircase would melt really in reality - so I made a model out of wax. Excuse the stair design, this was made when I was thinking about building spiral stairs. However I'm glad I didn't because trying to build straight sta...

February 6, 2012

 Using the instructions I printed off from E-how.co.uk for a general idea for a miniature stairs model, combined with the measurements I took of life-size stairs - divided by by 15 for the measurements on a 1:15 scale. Below is a paper practice template, I didn't...

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