All is Ephemeral
Kohl Tyler's other-worldly suite of ceramic sculptures and watercolour paintings explore themes of loss, and through a stoic lens, question contemporary values around preservation and life's ephemerality.
Imagined vestiges evoke familiar yet ambiguous fossilised life forms dawning weathered surfaces covered with bone-like glazes. While blurred watercolour paintings, cased in sculptural ceramic frames, depict remembered moments of natural phenomena.
Marcus Aurelius's meditation: "All is ephemeral, both memory and the object of memory" (1) springs to mind during this time of biological decline.
1. Aurelius, M. (2002). The Meditations. Random House.
This exhibition is held at FELTspace in the back gallery. Please enter through the front gallery.