Future Fossil Spaces (2016) is a space-consuming sculpture made from blocks of salt, complementary plaster elements and enamelled basins filled with  a lithium-rich saline solution, the materials reference where they are from, the South American lithium  triangle (Argentina, Bolivia, Chile). The one hundred million year-old salt is mined there in order to process it for producing lithium salt solutions used in the  rechargeable batteries of our digitised world. Past and present collide in the geological time required to make the salt and its modern use.