CIVILIZATION
2011-2013

 

Stele I
2011-2013
Plexiglass, wood, discarded television sets, discarded plastic, bottles, cans, packing materials, and other collected detritus
Stele II
2011-2013
Plexiglass, wood, discarded television sets, discarded plastic, bottles, cans, packing materials, and other collected detritus
Stele III
2011-2013
Plexiglass, wood, discarded television sets, discarded plastic, bottles, cans, packing materials, and other collected detritus
Stele IV
2011-2013
Plexiglass, wood, discarded television sets, discarded plastic, bottles, cans, packing materials, and other collected detritus

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This installation is an expression of deep concern regarding the values of our society in the context of its wasteful and ephemeral use of consumable plastics, technologies and contemporary devices that seem to be expressly designed for short-term obsolescence. This work takes the form of sculptures within the frameworks of televisions and computer monitors; CIVILIZATION's components include the symbols of a modern technological society and its non-biodegradable detritus composed within.

CULTure is a continuation of this exploration of our societies habbits of neo-worship of technology.

CIVILIZATION
Wall

2013
4 stele, 12  TV screens total


Plexiglass, wood, discarded television sets, discarded plastic, bottles, cans, packing materials, and other collected detritus.

© 2015 Rosalyn A. Engelman All images displayed on this site are the property of Rosalyn A. Engelman

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