Thursday, 30 May 2013


I love this collaboration between Russell Leng and AARON MORAN.

'Making use of found materials from suburban demolition and construction sites, geometric assemblages are produced with the intent of drawing attention to their inherent history and present state of uselessness.

Existing now as discarded waste, materials such as wood have become placeholders for the homes that now stand in the shadows of these modern forms of living. It is the materials that are responsible for creating a visible contrast between the living practices of the past and those of today deemed more socially desirable. The exhibited assemblages draw attention to this historical contrast through their material usage, structural / architectural qualities, complexity, and apparent organized chaos.'

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