plaster, resin, vinyl, c-type prints, macbook, ipad, lapis lazuli, faux cat, goldleaf, magnifying glass, clay, self-published tabloid newspaper Science Faction 08.2018
Through installation and printed matter, this is an exploration of our fascination with the fine line between the spectacle and ‘reality’, the (un)real and how the passing of time can alter fact into fiction and fiction into fact. Symbols of time, rotating dinosaurs and tinned foods enter into our everyday world of science, fiction and fact. Inspired by a quote found on Google search - ‘There‘s No Such Thing As Proof In The Scientific World – There‘s Only Evidence’ - this series explores the relationship between human nature, science, technology and always changing truths.
Science Faction 08.2018
Tabloid newspaper, 28 pages
Between the installation Science Faction and this tabloid newspaper, this series explores the relationship between human nature, science, technology and always changing truths.