Ben Pearce (b. 1982, New Zealand) uses stone, wood, metal and found objects to explore notions of time and memory. His work is in a constant state of flux, shifting from one material form to another, with geological formations morphing into body parts then back into landscapes. In his recent bronze works, Pearce takes us on a journey to the familiar topography of the moon’s cratered surface, obsessively inscribing it onto the material. At the Auckland Art Fair 2018, Ben Pearce presents a selection of new bronze sculptural works in varying dimensions.