This new sculpture, which makes its debut at the Serpentine Gallery’s Centre for Possible studies, was unveiled this week. It plays with representing time as a cross between a calendar and a Rubik’s Cube. While I was making ‘Rubik’s Years’, it seemed to take on a life of it’s own, growing quite organically every day: With no set plan beforehand, just an organic piece forming as I responded to the shape as it grew. Below you can find images and video of the piece on display, or you can visit it at the IMPRINT exhibition until 4 Feb. (More info & review here). The sculpture is displayed alongside one of my date-stamp drawings, ‘Mneme’, and if you look closely you will see the date stamps inside ‘Rubik’s Years’ too. Read more about the ideas behind it here.