Ibrahimpasha, Turkey (Cappadocia) 2014
A paper covering for a natural stone arch at the entrance to a cluster of ruins. This temporary installation pays homage to the ancient Hittites who once dominated the region and whose red and black triangles are still visible high up in valley ruins. Attached to the stone with wheat paste, the paper sheets were designed to peel off, which they did after a winter and spring of rain and snow. Completed during an artist’s residency.