Jane Grisewood Artist


installations & 3d


Requiem

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Requiem, 2009
ash and stone column, 40 cm height x 54 cm diameter
Crypt Gallery, St Pancras Church, London

Installed on the floor of a narrow vault in the church crypt during ‘A place called Limbo’ exhibition, Requiem suggested transience and mortality. Contrasting with the enduring stone, the ash, acts as a reminder of temporality: ‘For dust you are and to dust you shall return’, and as an indicator of where fire has been and where energy consumed – entropy in action.



 

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