The individual stele in the series, and their number can be extended at will, first bring to mind drill cores from scientific drive samplers as are used in geological research into the Earth’s history. While scientific cores tend to be composed of stone, earth or ice, on closer inspection what we have here is a broad array of organic material (earth, stone, sand) that has been bonded with epoxy to form a fixed and immutable substance. Moreover, in many places synthetic materials such as carbon fibers, concrete, cables, or pure epoxy have been added to the original organic and mineral materials. Since the piece offers a way of reading scientific drilling cores that offers information about the history of the world, we can discern a temporal level running through the series. These associations give rise to a narrative in which the past, present and future are evoked and interwoven.