Traces of the newsprint scratched out of the surface was an extension of the idea of the residue or the remains. The durational work, Remains of the day, was created by taking newsprint paper of that day, tearing out strips from it, and layering it on the wall. The remaining debris of the peeled newsprint was piled up in front of the wall. Both the peeling newsprint and the pile of debris build up with the passage of time. These works explore the notion of the daily accumulation of these “traces” of information. By using newsprint paper in an almost powdered down or debris form, the aspect of erasure is stretched, transforming media information to a residual form. This manipulation also refers to conditions of time in the characteristics of dust.