In materials science, fatigue is the weakening of a material caused by repeated pressure or friction. Fatigue builds slowly in minute striations, crazes, and creeps. As a craze grows into a crack, the stress intensity can exceed toughness capacity—causing rapid expansion into a complete fracture. Foam Fatigue explores multiple scales of time, pressure, and fragmentation: of materials, between bodies, and of natural and synthetic cycles and trappings of air. Expanded, collapsed, and clinging forms, attempt to grasp an unknown feeling in the midst of molecular fragility and exchange.