Jesmonite, bronze

A necklace created for the table; a set of twelve; a clock; a structure for memory.

Mnemonic is an interactive piece designed for the act of gathering as a group around a table. It tells a narrative of forgetfulness and remembrance; objects are cast repetitively in flour, the texture and clarity fades and returns in gradual sequence.

It is created with the intention to become an act of gift giving, the objects are separated as the people are, each going to a different owner. Just as the objects retain the memory the memory of their place in the sequence, the people hold the physical memory of that connection, becoming part of a set in the same way.

An invisible circle is drawn connecting each person.



The hole is the point of connection between the object and the body.

Individual components become wearable,