Amethyst Geode, iPad Air 1st gen, 20 sec video of generative animation from oil on plexiglass
SHINY BUT DEEP
White-lipped Australian Pearl Oyster, iPod shuffle 4th gen, 1 min audio loop (siri reading an excerpt from Douglas Coupland's essay 'shiny but deep'), pigments, enamel on plexiglas (Dimensions Variable)
Bread, Sunglass Lens, iPad Air 1st gen, 3 min video
NATURA MORTE IN TEMPO REALE
Boxwood Snag, webcam, chromecast, projector, pigment, thermoplastic polymers on plexiglas
The ubiquitous 'green' is possibly the most anthropocentric of all colours - the ‘green’ that is symbolically associated with the ‘natural’ employed to hyper-compensate. 'Green' righteously defends Nature, and in doing so beholds it only ever in the role of victim, refuting any recognition of its sentience.