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Decay In Dystopia Part I is a contemplation of how human beings have fused themselves to technology in a religious manner. The polluted red sky engulfs the meat-church which is lit by those that have been consumed. Between the artificial and the organic, the people in the meat-church find themselves entrenched in the two realms simultaneously. While haunting and iniquitous, the work is inspired by the merging mechanisation of entropy and the Anthropocene—melding the worlds that collide with one another.
Decay In Dystopia Part II is a continuation of the concepts from Decay In Dystopia Part I from a closer perspective revealing a body fuzed to a device with wires.
N I T R O G E N is based on the quotation from Elizabeth Kolbert’s book The Sixth Extinction. She states, “Does it have to end this way? Does the last best hope for the world’s magnificent creatures… really lie in pools of nitrogen?” (Kolbert 241).
Entropy illustrates the relationships between humans and technology while acting as a warning as humanity progresses into the future. It encapsulates the relationship between youth and technological devices promoting addiction and vacancy which coexists with the wisdom, insight, generational trauma and systematic issues from older generations.
Digital Landscape is representative of the distorted perception of the self among static distractions in a hostile environment.
Slow considers the intersection of cybernetics in the human.
How Long? proposes a relevant question with the organic
existing with the technological.
Inbetween personifies the texts Understanding Media (1964), Morality, Foresight and Human Flourishing: An Introduction to Existential Risks (2017), Killing Rage (1995), The Road Ahead (1995), and The Sixth Extinction (2014) as tangeble beings with a multitude of complexities.