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Tim Silver works with a variety of impermanent media including mozzarella cheese, fairy floss and crayon. His ‘Untitled (What if I drive)?’ is an installation of large crayon trucks displayed on trestle table cross roads. They leave behind coloured skid marks, etching their journey into the road ahead while reminding us of their inevitable disintegration. Quite literally representing a juncture, Silver’s work is a gentle and timely reminder that what has come before needs to be understood in our imaginings of the future.