• geophazing



Paradoxically both the cause and solution to the global ecological crisis are technological progress and intervention. geofazing contemplates this binary relationship by merging hard plastic veneers and multifaceted natural textures into a unified totality, which asks ‘at what point do we draw the line between nature and artifice?’

rocks, expanding foam, fast food packaging, caulking silicone, MDF offcuts, LED lights, aquarium crystals, landscaping pebbles, solar-powered cockroaches, mobile phones, central processing unit, shampoo bottles (travel size), salt crystals, digital camera, scrubbing brushes, polystyrene chunks, glowing stars, medical tubing, plastic toys, cork, tin from Bali, rubber milk bottles, battery packs, fake grass, crazy filbert tree (lorylus avellana), bottle caps, concrete, broken lamp stand, toy windmill, cassette tape casing, Lego, plastic name tag casings, electrical cables, computer equipment, miniature Buddha statue, mesh, pond pump cover, plastic bottles, laminate offcuts from industrial hole punch, artificial plants, plaster chunkers, candy packaging, clear cellophane, broken solar light pieces, broken night light, washing basket pieces, glitter, koala souvenir, wood, UV lights, dimensions variable.


Exhibited as part of The Success of Failure curated by Serena Wong at the Australian Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide CBD and Hefty Fab curated by Christiane Keys-Statham at the Cessnock Regional Art Gallery as well as the Old Fire Shed Gallery in Wollombi, NSW.