Hera Büyüktaşçiyan, who usually works with sculpture and installation, has investigated the global economy of marble labour and unearthed the stories of anonymous builders that are often forgotten behind well- known commissioners. Fluvial routes, that have formed connecting channels over centuries, and aquatic landscapes, associated with purity and redemption, are threads that run through her work. Standing in for marble square white paper labels, onto the photographs of her collage series. Behind them lie deeper histories. She has been particularly fascinated with the process of sanding marble stone and the actual and symbolic and identity.