Pulse is part of a body of work exploring materials, process and time. My inquiry begins with curiosity about the unique qualities of a material – its tensile strength, its malleability, its textures, its emergent properties from layering and repetition. The work transforms the materials we discard, inviting contemplation of how value is constructed. The form inhabits a liminal space between natural and manufactured, valued and discarded. Pulse is constructed from tea bag paper and reclaimed copper – I aim to surprise and intrigue by transforming and recontextualising familiar materials.