Melt (2017) is a series of pigment prints and original drawings that derive from experiments made with graphite and melting ice. As the ice melts, the graphite seeps through the liquid, tracing the processes of cracking, flooding and evaporation on an intimate scale. The resulting image shows visible traces of carbon that record the dissolution of the body of ice. It invokes the immediacy of geological changes in the Anthropocene, the passing of time and the impact of human-induced climate change on the Earth's polar regions.

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