Endlessly searching for the perfect cl**king moment, 2015
Printed acetate, mirror board, acrylic mirror, mirror vinyl, 450mm x 450mm x 450mm
This work captures a moment in the current ephemeral state of our lives. These moments, photographed online through the digital screen, are coalesced inside a 3d physical object giving an odd permanence in a world where ‘everything is meant for the now but forgotten five minutes later as one tweets about a cup of latte and a doughnut’.
The reflective surfaces of the work at times place the viewer inside the work, raising the question – What are we really looking at when we view other people’s online lives, and how is this influencing the perceptions of our own real life?
On show at:
Cannon Hill Art School | Summer Show
Sat 18 Jul – Sun 6 Sep 2015