Recent Relics

 

I am interested in pace and time.  Time and technology move very quickly, however they are a mere blink of an eye during the entirety of time the universe has been in existence.  Objects that become obsolete in the very recent past hardly occurred when considered on a larger, more geological scale.  Some of these objects are recreated in porcelain expressing longevity of space, as well as relics of a very recent but former era.

 

Mail (installed)
Mail (installed)

Steel decommissioned mailbox, porcelain, plywood, lacquer Dimensions variable 2014

Mail (detail)
Mail (detail)

Steel decommissioned mailbox, porcelain, plywood, lacquer Dimensions variable 2014

Mail (in progress)
Mail (in progress)

Steel decommissioned mailbox, porcelain 28 x 28 x 48 2014

Mail (piece in progress)
Mail (piece in progress)

Steel decommissioned mailbox, porcelain 28 x 28 x 48 2014

Mail (piece in progress)
Mail (piece in progress)

Steel decommissioned mailbox, porcelain 28 x 28 x 48 2014

Index Cards
Index Cards

Porcelain, found object 12 x 15 x 16 2013

Notecards (detail)
Notecards (detail)

Porcelain, found object 12 x 6 x 16 2013

Cassettes (detail)
Cassettes (detail)

Porcelain, found objects Dimensions variable 2013

Cassettes
Cassettes

Porcelain, found objects Dimensions variable 2013

Floppy Disc Book (detail)
Floppy Disc Book (detail)

Porcelain, found objects, typing paper, waxed linen thread Dimensions variable 2013

Floppy Discs
Floppy Discs

Porcelain, found objects, typing paper, waxed linen thread Dimensions variable 2013

Record Player with Vinyls
Record Player with Vinyls

Porcelain, found objects Dimensions variable 2013

VHS Rewinder
VHS Rewinder

Porcelain, found object 12 x 16 x 6 2013

VHS (detail)
VHS (detail)

Porcelain 6 x 3.5 x .5 2013

Encyclopedia
Encyclopedia

Altered Encyclopedia 10 x 10 x 12 2013