Evil molecula, 2003
A model molecule made up of dodecahedrons created from vinyl records by “satanic” death metal and black metal rock bands, joined together by aluminum tubes. The shape of the structure changes and adapts to the space. This “constructivist” sculpture attempts to render our abstract idea of evil in a physical dimension
Passato, futuro, 2007
Original 70’s alarm clock modified by the artist in order to have a time constantly changing following an unpredictable random logic. The possibilities of catching the real time - the present - are thus very minimal. The “present time” parameter almost disappears from our common notion of time and according to quantum physics probability starts where random time appears.
vinyl records, mirrors, deambulator, aluminium
Quadrophenia is a customised zimmer frame. The wheels are made from 2 sizes of vinyl records (the artist teen-age favourite selection) - the result being that the vehicles can only move in circles. The title is taken from the famous 70s cult movie about youth and music culture (specifically the Mods), and about social rebellion.
Untitled 27, 11:15 AM–2:30 PM, January 23, 2013
plexiglas, formica, everlast boxing wraps, dimensions variable, here: 242,6 x 143,5 x 94 cm
Exhibition in Toronto, January 25–March 9, 2013 at Jessica Bradley