Hoults Yard’s historical production of Maling Pottery since the 1870s, and its substantial records and categorizations of their collection motivated a response. Translating and transposing said listings, therefore inspiring the production of clay pieces to be subject to calculations, then punctured in accordance to influences researched concerning 1870s analytical computing systems. Finally referencing continual curiosities regarding assigned importance.
An exploration of the envisaged voyage, through translation and transposition, cultivated through fortune telling, prophecy and folklore. Entwined with experimentations regarding the usage of ‘redundant depictive calculations’ and traditional bookbinding techniques, in order to reflect a paradoxical cycle of projected significance and meaninglessness.