Installation at White Rabbit Collective
Paper and objects, drawn and printed. Focusing on ideas of the in-between. Science and superstition, chaos and order, imagination and reality and the fragmentary nature of human experience and knowledge.
Here’s a new stop motion piece I made for school.
Made with cut paper photocopies and a camera.
Sounds are a mix of scratching paper and ambient droning from freesounds.org.
For a collage-based school project I created a short zine called “Between the Orders”.
I used images from old dictionaries and encyclopedias: 19th and 20th Century etchings and engravings.
The title comes from a piece of text that appeared as I was cutting out paper. It refers to orders of classification in zoology.
I’m reflecting on the idea of a place in between the classified world and the world of imagination. A space between science and superstition, myth and fact.
Also it’s lots of fun.
There are 18 pages, hand-bound and cheaply photocopied.
Copies are available for $5 at White Rabbit Collective in Brunswick: https://www.facebook.com/wrc3056/info
Or if anyone’s interested I could send them one.