Matters of Concern Studio redefines terrazzo making by blending tradition with innovation. Each piece is crafted from a new material developed from reused ceramic studio waste, forming a visual chronology resembling geological layers. Fired in a kiln, these pieces mirror natural formations, named after various rocks. The artist Chryssa Kotoula employs “reverse archaeology”, shedding light on material history and envisioning a sustainable future. These artifacts, reminiscent of archaeological forms, symbolize a journey of continuity and transformation. They encapsulate months of creation in a single unit, emphasizing sustainability and artistry. The studio’s approach reimagines waste as a valuable resource, forging new chains of value and transforming artifacts into carriers of history.