Tarnation: This series is an experiment in the meaning of materials. A kind of architecture is made from handmade waxes, tars and pigments. An almost ecclesiastical architecture arises out of bitumen and tar, wax and damar. Drawings made of charcoal ink, gum arabic, shellac, etc sketch a new direction for mixing architecture and primal forms. The forms seem recognizable, with apparent historical analogues from architecture and drawing, but their true identities remain abstract, as distorted memories of human culture.