The damp earth had whipped rapidly and now the mucus was drying to a speckle on the creak’s face. It’s siphons were crusting and it didn’t like it. It was probably time to move from the open eruption of the face to the more sheltered hassle in the crook. The outside narrated the creak inside and the delving drill masticated almost all the volume. The conversation with the cackle and the wisp had cindered almost all the tempered patches in the valley underneath. The wisp always seemed to have the last entropy gas, but it wouldn’t be enough to sate the ending.
About the Artist
Kenji Lim is a British artist based in London and born in Singapore. He studied Sculpture at the Royal College of Art, London (MA 2017-2019); and the Ruskin School of Art, Oxford University (BFA 1999-2002). Recent exhibitions include Neverafter at Galerie Reinthaler, Vienna; and The Flood Machine at The Window Project, Cambridge.