Repurposed electronics oscillate between authentic and manufactured states. Sensors are left disconnected, wires are cut, and tubes housing printer ink connect strange bodies. Organic materials merge with the synthetic.
Melancholy plagues introspective explorations of the divergent self. Materials extend affective space; printer ink externalizes feeling as poems and bodily fluids. Interiors are exposed and concealed. Sensors reach out, indicating disconnection and longing. Body fragments and odd characters act as avatars of heavy, confusing emotional states.