25.98h x 14.17w x 13.39d in
66h x 36w x 34d cm
These slabbed clay layers stand are both perfectly still and inexplicably dynamic, as if a cross-section of the geological record were pulled from deep within the earth; a reminder that clay is precisely that— earth. Used stones are an image in Kojima’s work that become a symbol of technologies-past, accretions of labour shining through time immemorial. His layered stoneware forms, in spite of their size, give the impression of existing at a very large scale. This sense of monumentality grows out of the landscape-like quality of these sculptures— forms which slice through the distinction between natural and human-made objects only to reassemble these terms in their own image.