WE WILL BE FORGOTTEN

2019

PLASTIC PACKAGING, PLASTER CAST, PIGMENT 

 

THIS INTERACTIVE INSTALLATION IS A REFLECTION ON THE ERASURE OF THE EARTHS LIVING HISTORY IN THE ANTHROPOCENE ERA. AN ERADICATION OF THE PAST THAT WE AS LIVING CREATURES HAVE EVOLVED FROM.

IN THE REAL SENSE, AN EXCESS OF CARBON IN THE ATMOSPHERE IS LEADING TO INACCURATE MEASUREMENTS OF FOSSILS  WHOSE HISTORY IS MEASURED THROUGH CARBON DATING.

THE INSTALLATION ENCOURAGES THE VIEWER TO REFLECT ON WHAT HE/SHE WILL ACTUALLY LEAVE BEHIND.

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PLASTICS ADRIFT 

2018

DRAWING ON PLASTIC 

OCEAN CURRENT PROJECTION

SCULPTURE 

THE OCEANS ON OUR PLANET ARE  TIED UP  INTO OTHER HUGELY COMPLEX  NATURAL SYSTEMS  FOLLOWING  PATTERNS THAT SCIENCE IS NOW ABLE TO SOMEWHAT PREDICT. THIS INSTALLATION IS A REFLECTION ON OUR RELATIONSHIP TO THE OCEANS BOTH AS A ROMANTIC AND FUNCTIONAL SPACE.  WE HAVE NOT ONLY CHANGED THE SURFACE OF THE EARTH'S LANDMASS BUT ARE FAST INVADING THE DEEP OCEANS. 

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PLASTIC MORPHING

INTERACTIVE INSTALLATION -2018

DRAWINGS

PROJECTIONS

MICROSCOPE 

THIS INTERACTIVE INSTALLATION POINTS TO THE IMPACT OF  PLASTICS IN THE OCEANS  DOWN TO THE MICROSCOPIC LEVELS. SCIENTIFIC STUDIES ARE SHOWING THAT PLANKTON IS NOW FEEDING ON THE  MICRO PLASTICS THAT HAVE RESULTED FROM LARGER BITS OF PLASTIC BREAKDOWN IN THE OCEAN. THE  IMAGES IN THE PROJECTIONS ARE MADE WITH MINUTE BITS OF PLASTIC WHICH RESEMBLE PLANKTON

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