Concrete change is about depicting change in a material synonymous with permanence and endurance. It speaks of our instinct to survive and persist, whilst subject to inevitable dilapidation. The artwork portrays slow insidious change and rapid decay. It can easily be regarded as 13 different columns that represent individual cellular changes, however, I intend for the work to be a deeper rumination upon the idea of changing scientific knowledge and what it might mean to survive. The materiality of the work induces a corporeal response to notions of change.