My material is often composed of gears, cogs, wires, and many more inner workings of domestic household machines that we are used to upgrading and discarding. The plastic shells, metal frames, knotted wires, and broken chipboards, have transformed into my own personal type of clay to sculpt with. Trash is the new-age artist's most abundant material. We must acquaint ourselves with it.
This work imagines a near-futurist laboratory of a knowledge seeker. A post-anthropocentric survivor. The only abundant material left is trash, so that is what she must work with. The modern-day caves - abandoned architectures, provide a workspace for her and support the continued seeking of a, perhaps, insatiable question.
(COMING SOON // NOT LIVE YET)
This series is an attempt at reimagining the way we perceive an object's surface appearance i.e. their ‘functionality’ or ‘aesthetic.’ An investigation into creating hypnotic and dreamy sonic sound art through up-cycled trash.
One of the many manifestations of my fascination with cymatics (the visualization of sound wave phenomena), this piece plays with sounds that cannot be usually perceived by human senses and amplifies them into different forms and mediums.