good for nothing plastic readings
A sink rests upon a simple steel frame. On the floor below is a pail. The calm presence of the form is abruptly interrupted as a faucet begins to sputter and then run, filling the sink. As it does so, it sets a float the marine plastics housed within the sink. The water stops and the colourful assortment of plastic debris continue to swirl around. In time these individual pieces come to rest. Moments later the water drains away leaving behind the residue of a newly formed plastic topography.
good for nothing plastic readings puts forward a fabricated reality that both reflects and fictionalizes the world outside of itself. A mesmerizing dance of colourful plastic is contrasted by the knowledge that the source of that moving imagery is an increasingly prevalent toxin within our surrounding environments. New topographies are created and with it different, yet potentially repetitive, readings.