Polystyrene, plaster, tin foil, wire, Xerox prints, silicone, earthenware.
Polystyrene, plasticene, foil, paper, silicon.
Polystyrene, expanding foam, Xerox, microfibre.
If all else fails considers the intelligence found in an other in order to see the potential of different possible futures, An observational study of a desert environment finds presence of life that can survive an apocalyptic world. Large-format prints of a non-identifiable landscape site objects that appear like flotsam, as though washed ashore. The objects have a sense of buoyancy; both materially and formally they are suspended in a shiny eternal present haunted by the trace of human touch.
With the realization that time is ticking for humanity on Earth, this exhibition confronts present fears of a future world slowly becoming shrink wrapped in plastic – a material whose seemingly futile existence will outlast our own. The current acceleration emphasizes the suffocation inflicted upon not only ourselves but all living things.