2017-2018
       These objects explore and question the materiality in relation the utility, neglect and degradation of things. The construction of these objects also explores science and its uses to both study the environment and implement stop gaps and restoration tactics. There is an inherent bias in science due to human nature and these strategies tend to be hypocritical.
Object1, 2017
17 x 8 x 9 in
quickset concrete, 10 rope fragments, 3 plastic fragments, 2 foam fragments, 1 bubble wrap, 1 six-pack ring, 1 plastic bottle, 1 float fragment, 1 balloon fragment
Object1, 2017
17 x 8 x 9 in
quickset concrete, 10 rope fragments, 3 plastic fragments, 2 foam fragments, 1 bubble wrap, 1 six-pack ring, 1 plastic bottle, 1 float fragment, 1 balloon fragment
Object1, 2017
17 x 8 x 9 in
quickset concrete, 10 rope fragments, 3 plastic fragments, 2 foam fragments, 1 bubble wrap, 1 six-pack ring, 1 plastic bottle, 1 float fragment, 1 balloon fragment
Object1, 2017
17 x 8 x 9 in
quickset concrete, 10 rope fragments, 3 plastic fragments, 2 foam fragments, 1 bubble wrap, 1 six-pack ring, 1 plastic bottle, 1 float fragment, 1 balloon fragment
Object2, 2018
14 x 16 x 16 in
quickset concrete, 54 rope fragments, styrofoam fragments
Object2, 2018
14 x 16 x 16 in
quickset concrete, 54 rope fragments, styrofoam fragments
Object6, 2018
6 x 11 x 13 in (dimensions variable)
concrete, gloves
Object7, 2018
dimensions variable
concrete, netting
Object5, 2018
27 x 9 x 11 in (dimensions variable)
concrete, pvc pipe, pants
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