Potsherd is a series of functionless rock formations consisting of pieced together found shards of discarded and broken crockery and ceramics. Each shard has been collected from the same site on the banks of the River Torrens in Adelaide South Australia. The sculptures have both a visual and tactile quality which invites the viewer to pick up and rotate the objects in the palm of their hands.This allows for engagement with the art work on an intimate level, highlighting the passage of time these fragments have spent in the environment, manipulated by the forces of nature, to arrive at this point where they are smooth and worn. The work acknowledges the connections between the history of the site, human intervention and the natural forces. Potsherd questions how humans experience and impact nature and highlights the misguided notion of throwing things away. Nothing is ever 'away', it is just moved to another place.