Developed for the reconstruction of Prince Henry at Little Bay this sculptural piece responds to the site, its history and elements, wind, water, air and light. It is designed to change with the light of the day, trace the elements, evoke the senses and embody within its fabric traces of place revealing layers over time. A series of metals have been used to make the assemblage including corten (HW350), copper, stainless steel and brass panels folded and mounted on a galvanised steel structure. Each metal reacts differently to the elements forming various residues on its surface. Drawings and text are laser cut and etched onto the metal sheets that overtime will develop patina and alter their state as they react with the environment. These images were taken through process of making the piece and installation.