Copying Papers

       I worked on making ink that doesn’t dry. It stays wet just enough to display a layer of its color on a paper underneath, when it’s pressured. It basically behaves like a carbon paper. However, this paper has a lifespan, it will stop functioning after approximately two weeks. It is another way to trace time.
       In the performance below, the copying papers were opened for the first time, being split from their protection layer. Their lifespan then begins…

2016
modified ink, paper 40×75

this research on Time led to two other projects, exploring the same questions >