The degradation of one may be a beginning of something else to emerge.
The world is a dynamic space, things come and go, disappearing and resurfacing.
It is perpetually transitioning, influenced by external forces, interconnected through an expansive web. Echo quietly engage this ephemeral nature, pulsating nostalgic reflections of landscape, place, memory and history. The spatial landscaping through the use of charred and stitched corrugated cardboard envelops the viewer in a sense of child-like wonder, discovery and a strange yet familiar comfort.