Bio: Be-at-i-fire, Be-at-i-fiant, Be-at-i-fired An object is being laid to rest with all its memories and is drifting towards oblivion, but is suddenly chosen, called back and prepared for another life. Through fire, graffiti the mark of decay and ephemeral transition paradoxically beatifies an object already in memoriam. The kiln celebrates the second law of thermodynamics - a heaven on earth. Beatification (from Latin beatus, "blessed" and facere, "to make"). Beatification is the recognition of a dead persons entrance into heaven, one of the steps in the canonisation process. Indicative perfect ...... I have been Be-at-i-fired

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