Objects to anchor carbon dioxide into the physical world
To tell stories on the physical world, there is a common language agreed upon weight and volume.
To create futures based on similar hopes, there are rituals.
To remind thoughtful actions, one can carry a wishful jewel.
To socially celebrate time and joy, is to enjoy the hardwork done and the one to come.
1. Carbon Scale
Made from London Plane Wood found at White City, London
Through the the weight of wood it is possible to calculate approximately the amount of carbon dioxide consumed during the wood’s growth. This scale settings are designed for green wood, taking into account the humidity present in the piece.
The equation comes from Forest Learning.edu.au. Code was built with the help of John Wild.
The scale symbolises the search for common grounds.