Friday, 18 April 2008



Three years ago I decided to make an egg out of ice. This piece was made for the Fete Du Nòuef in St Antonin Noble Val in the south west of France. The idea was simple. I would use two molds to make a solid ice egg that would then melt in normal atmospheric conditions. With the help of Andre Laban, the great diving pioneer (and engineer) we managed to construct the egg in his deep freeze. The egg measured 52 x 38 x 38. The egg was then placed in a perspex box and left to melt. The egg took approximately 82 hours to melt. My plan is to place many of these eggs around the world, linked by web-cams to see them melt in different conditions. You see I love ice, and I would rather that the the ice that we have on this planet does not melt.

Thursday, 17 April 2008

Grey Circles

Wednesday, 16 April 2008

From Above

Tuesday, 8 April 2008

The Dark House

In the Shadows

Wider Line of Bowls