31st March – 15th April
Plaster, wax, cement, dye, water, water bumps, metal, plants, plastic
Terrains is a sculptural installation capturing a hybrid landscape. The pieces are biomorphic objects casted from domestic & building waste materials. Assembled from cement, plaster, and wax, these sculptures have a circulating water system that flows through them on a predetermined path.
Dolatian is interested in the cumulative growth of global land coverage through the ages and the encroaching impact on the landscape by human industrialisation. The work is a reflection on ecological systems where the boundaries between the factual and fictitious are blurred – new formations are the product of both imaginary and economic desires.
*Please click HERE for accompanying essay by Kent Wilson*