Chair with ocean and river stones, each with the address of its most recent location.

I asked my neighbours and friends to lend me round rocks for an exhibition. Each borrowed stone was labelled with the street address of the lender. The rocks were dispayed on a chair with these identifying labels facing up. This was the only information connected to the stones during the exhibition. After the exhibition the stones were returned to the addresses of the lenders. Prior to sending the stones home notes were taken about the original source of the stones (often the lenders indicated this provenance). Each stone was weighed and documented. This is the first stage in an ongoing process of return.

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