Immaculate Debris

Immaculate Debris

            Immaculate Debris is a bicameral archive created as an installed work.

It consists of humble but remarkably arcane objects collected over my lifetime.              The objects are duplicates. These reaccuring objects are paired with others. Therefore the same thing is found in different circumstances. The work is meant to be deployed in various iterations.

             In the example shown here, five shelves hold three hundred selected objects. Based on the public's average viewing time of paintings in a museum (20 seconds each) and average short term memory capacity (17 seconds) the recollection of repeating objects is mitigated for the viewer, defining a level of memory loss.



Sample of collection. (Click on images)