Through this body of work, I playfully engage with the potential for sculptural processes to become analogous to geological activity. In a series of sincere and humorous exchanges, I act alongside raw materials such as rocks, timber and rainwater as I attempt to draw out their transformative potential. Over time, my acts of gathering, casting and walking become integrated with geological processes, such as weathering, warping and erosion. These works remain in an ongoing process of formation, as they operate in dialogue with sites beyond the gallery. In this way, each work attempts to offer a sense of unseen activity, both my own and that of the inherent agency of the selected materials.