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Epimenia seductus is a two part installation introducing a new species and a window into a shared world. My work to date has attempted to gain a position from which to think, and ultimately make, with other non-human agents. I have done this by investigating new processes and modes of exploration materially and theoretically which attempt to put all actants at the centre of any human process which may affect them. Although we cannot know the true nature of any object, including ourselves, the shared matter of which we are composed offers a tangible link to others in a meshwork beyond ourselves. By corresponding with materials we correspond with others, the past, the present and the future.

Fundamentally, this work attempts to confront us with our own position in both time and space; by engaging properly in the ‘matter-flow’ we may recognise our place in that same flow of matter.