While visiting Belize, we ventured into the underworld limestone caves leading to the ancient Mayan underworld. We canoed by a single light and all was silent but for the water rhythmically dripping from the geological formations above. It was there, in that space, that we bare witness to well-trodden footpaths leading to the remains of their dead and sacred artifacts and pottery left nearby.
The experience left me awestruck.
Clay’s kinship to geological formation has provided much fodder for my current body of work and so I began exploring what clay naturally wants to do, which is to break down and build up.
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