Anita Rufus Pamer

I explore the material characteristics from a geological perspective, through installation, sculpture and painting.
The materials I use, are used as 'measurement' to look at geological time on a small scale. Geological time exceeds the human life cycle. I seek to raise awareness of the processes that occur in nature. An example would be the copper-changing surface and colour over time. First is the gleaming, then matt brown and at last it gets green. The changes are influenced by the environment in the surroundings where the materials are placed, where pollution and local terms will create individual material changes. Here are also sculptures a way to show off and 'invisible' landscape, which measures and displays the environment we live in.