2014 paper series no.2
Mixed media on paper. Assemblage with light drawing photograph and e-waste. Dimensions  560mm x 760mm
This piece started as a “drawing” using my PC screws collection. I actually screwed the screws through the paper so that the ends would create a kind of irregular matrix. It was quite a difficult process, and the paper split in several places, creating a kind of violent bursting through.
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2014 paper series no.2

Mixed media on paper. Assemblage with light drawing photograph and e-waste. Dimensions  560mm x 760mm

This piece started as a “drawing” using my PC screws collection. I actually screwed the screws through the paper so that the ends would create a kind of irregular matrix. It was quite a difficult process, and the paper split in several places, creating a kind of violent bursting through.

Forensic reconstruction #00-23.7.6. 
I’m fascinated by e-waste, this physical detritus of our increasingly virtual lifestyle. I created this art installation last Autumn using pieces I’ve acquired by dissecting old, unwanted computer equipment.
The starting point was to create a kind of lab environment. I was imagining some beings totally distant from our culture discovering all this old technology and using it to try to build up an idea of us.
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Forensic reconstruction #00-23.7.6. 
I’m fascinated by e-waste, this physical detritus of our increasingly virtual lifestyle. I created this art installation last Autumn using pieces I’ve acquired by dissecting old, unwanted computer equipment.
The starting point was to create a kind of lab environment. I was imagining some beings totally distant from our culture discovering all this old technology and using it to try to build up an idea of us.
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Forensic reconstruction #00-23.7.6. 
I’m fascinated by e-waste, this physical detritus of our increasingly virtual lifestyle. I created this art installation last Autumn using pieces I’ve acquired by dissecting old, unwanted computer equipment.
The starting point was to create a kind of lab environment. I was imagining some beings totally distant from our culture discovering all this old technology and using it to try to build up an idea of us.
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Forensic reconstruction #00-23.7.6. 
I’m fascinated by e-waste, this physical detritus of our increasingly virtual lifestyle. I created this art installation last Autumn using pieces I’ve acquired by dissecting old, unwanted computer equipment.
The starting point was to create a kind of lab environment. I was imagining some beings totally distant from our culture discovering all this old technology and using it to try to build up an idea of us.
ZoomInfo
Forensic reconstruction #00-23.7.6. 
I’m fascinated by e-waste, this physical detritus of our increasingly virtual lifestyle. I created this art installation last Autumn using pieces I’ve acquired by dissecting old, unwanted computer equipment.
The starting point was to create a kind of lab environment. I was imagining some beings totally distant from our culture discovering all this old technology and using it to try to build up an idea of us.
ZoomInfo
Forensic reconstruction #00-23.7.6. 
I’m fascinated by e-waste, this physical detritus of our increasingly virtual lifestyle. I created this art installation last Autumn using pieces I’ve acquired by dissecting old, unwanted computer equipment.
The starting point was to create a kind of lab environment. I was imagining some beings totally distant from our culture discovering all this old technology and using it to try to build up an idea of us.
ZoomInfo
Forensic reconstruction #00-23.7.6. 
I’m fascinated by e-waste, this physical detritus of our increasingly virtual lifestyle. I created this art installation last Autumn using pieces I’ve acquired by dissecting old, unwanted computer equipment.
The starting point was to create a kind of lab environment. I was imagining some beings totally distant from our culture discovering all this old technology and using it to try to build up an idea of us.
ZoomInfo
Forensic reconstruction #00-23.7.6. 
I’m fascinated by e-waste, this physical detritus of our increasingly virtual lifestyle. I created this art installation last Autumn using pieces I’ve acquired by dissecting old, unwanted computer equipment.
The starting point was to create a kind of lab environment. I was imagining some beings totally distant from our culture discovering all this old technology and using it to try to build up an idea of us.
ZoomInfo
Forensic reconstruction #00-23.7.6. 
I’m fascinated by e-waste, this physical detritus of our increasingly virtual lifestyle. I created this art installation last Autumn using pieces I’ve acquired by dissecting old, unwanted computer equipment.
The starting point was to create a kind of lab environment. I was imagining some beings totally distant from our culture discovering all this old technology and using it to try to build up an idea of us.
ZoomInfo

Forensic reconstruction #00-23.7.6.

I’m fascinated by e-waste, this physical detritus of our increasingly virtual lifestyle. I created this art installation last Autumn using pieces I’ve acquired by dissecting old, unwanted computer equipment.

The starting point was to create a kind of lab environment. I was imagining some beings totally distant from our culture discovering all this old technology and using it to try to build up an idea of us.

Paired drawing and assemblage. The two pieces presented so that the drawing is reflected in the mirror.

These two pieces that I made at the same time actually seem to have a close affinity. Combined they create a strong narrative in a similar way that elements began to do in my Forensic reconstruction  e-waste installation. I really enjoy playing with light, reflection - things being revealed and obscured.