Confused chronologies of ruination is a processual project and an ongoing investigative pursuit where the arrow of time gets warped and the entropic forces inadvertently become agents of creation. The pieces are linked by a continuum of spatio-temporal forces and an ongoing dialectic - between ruin and formation, beauty and decay, contingency and control.

Dust, often seen as the agent of disintegration, restores objects and whole landscapes into their primordial state (echoed in the famous phrase "dust to dust"). In its innate identity, it harbours the past but without the tradition and the ancient mythic charm. Without its archeological context dust becomes solely the veil of decay and bears witness to the process of disintegration. In this body of work, however, the usual functions and meanings become disrupted. The materials forming a unique relationship with the processes of formation play the key role.