(im)permanence is an installation that consists of three interrelated bodies of work: Recycled Arch, The Promise of Time, and Immovable Monuments. The idea of choosing to title this installation (im)permanence is to suggest the dependency between permanence and impermanence. I sought to capture beautiful moments by using the fragility of raw clay and the transformation of the surface through time and my touch. The process of building and installing these sculptures took great labor and time. I feel this long process is like an excavation of myself, an excavation of honesty and vulnerability, which I found as a beautiful thought: that I am impermanent.