Domesticity
16 June 2015
cornucopia1_a

Cornucopia #1
Plastic table cloth, epoxy putty, epoxy resin,
markers, mounted on board
70cm x 100cm (27.5″ x 39.5″), 2014

cornucopia2a

Cornucopia #2
Plastic table cloth, plastic cleaning cloth, epoxy resin,
acrylic, markers,
90cm x 140cm (35.5″ x 55″), 2014

cornucopia2b

Domesticity investigates the incongruous concept of tropical abundance. Lush patterns of fruit and crisp white lace used in this project are representations of this richness. However, rendered in cheap plastic of everyday domestic materials, the pieces ofthe series shine light on the shallowness of this dream. These bright images of abundance are meant to cover shabby surfaces in humble kitchens, serving as a small window into this fantasy. Just like the concept of tropical abundance, the richness of the patterns on these tablecloths is superficial. As the surface of the materials are crumbled and destroyed in these sculptural pieces, the ordered patterns of the still lifes break also.

cornucopia3a

Cornucopia #3
Plastic tablecloth, plastic cleaning cloth, epoxy resin,
acrylic, markers
80cm x 112 cm x 18 cm (31.5″ x 44″ x 7″), 2014

cornucopia3b

vesta1

Vesta
Plastic tablecloth, epoxy resin, markers, mounted on acrylic
130cm x 100cm (52″ x 40″), 2014

vesta_3L

sacredCows_1

Sacred Cows
Inkjet print on photo paper
108cm x 77cm (42.5″ x 31.25″), 2014

sacredCows_2L