limitless future, limited reflection

limitless future, limited reflection

Car bumpers (3D printed), mirror, latex and acrylic on self-adhesive wallpaper fabric_120" x 119" x 60"_2017

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 “limitless future, limited reflection” is part of a developing series of installations made in response to the artist’s two-line poetry, called “Compound Machines.” The resultant works combine rhombille patterning and allusive visual elements in an attempt to create an affective, site-specific context. These contexts serve as frameworks in which to consider sculptures produced by the artist through the transformation of waste materials.

“limitless future, limited reflection” is part of a developing series of installations made in response to the artist’s two-line poetry, called “Compound Machines.” The resultant works combine rhombille patterning and allusive visual elements in an attempt to create an affective, site-specific context. These contexts serve as frameworks in which to consider sculptures produced by the artist through the transformation of waste materials.

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Elemental Sculpture (After Rauschenberg)

Elemental Sculpture (After Rauschenberg)

Wood scraps (laser engraved), street glass (worked molten)_15.5" x 5.5" x 4.5"_2017

Elemental Sculpture (After Rauschenberg) is a work made in reference to a lost Robert Rauschenberg sculpture of the same title. Rauschenberg would encourage viewers to take the twenty stones on top of the block of wood and arrange them as uninterestingly as possible. This work is part of a developing series made from lost historical artworks now presumably in landfills, or in some other form.