TOAST collaborated with Phoebe Cummings to create Season, a temporary installation made from raw clay.

Over the course a week, the sculpture grew and changed subtly as it was exposed to the heat of candles, air and on the final day, water.

Visitors were able to watch Phoebe at work as she hand built each delicate form - from thin, tapering tendrils to coral-like flower heads.

The sculpture lasted as long as the exhibition, and on the final day the work was broken up, ready to be recycled for her next piece.

Watch a short time lapse of the making of Phoebe's sculpture:

Watch Phoebe talk about Season:


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