Frayed Continuum, Cement (2023) is an analog machine within a scaffolding-structure that holds at its centre nine found carved wooden fragments (dating from 1910 to 1960), fused together into a singular object. The work speaks to erasure, through the way new narratives have been constructed over old buildings or the positioning of new architecture that conceals the old. Over the course of the exhibition, the sculpture’s central element will be repeatedly submerged into liquid cement, transforming it into an archeological conundrum.