Through sculpture, photo documentation and satellite image research, Ben Dimock’s work expands awareness of our location within geologic scale. His practice involves working with materials in their various states of physical transition, from raw stone to refined metal. Focusing research on the geographic and geologic origins of materials, locations of extractive infrastructure are identified . The physical artifacts from these locations are then sampled, contained and mapped by the sculptures. This process de-stabilizes the omnipresent inertia of extractive economies by generating an archive of the landscape before and after human influence.