In Seeds, I work with symbols and objectual memory: the object as an entity, and memory as something lacking in veracity.
I strip the pieces of their context (history) and give them a reliquary or souvenir status by using organic materials -like the "forget me not" flowers or hair- historically linked to the "reminder". But by uniting them to synthetic materials like polyester resin, and their death encapsulates within the egg/seed that they acquire the permanency power beyond my time.
They are pieces that by their elaborate craft and symbolic load need some irony or mood for the digestion of their fruits.
Finally, I bury these "seeds" so that they can incubate their own history through time -days and seasons-, meantime the only evidence of their existence now is through the ephemeral photographic image.

More about the process of these art pieces here