Fulfilled by Amazon Overview

2016. Plywood, Ultralight MDF, Cardboard, Bubble Wrap, Rug.

At left is a simulation of a domestic space, featuring a mass-produced sculpture and a shipping box that presumably contains another sculpture. At right is a simulation of a warehouse space of a stack of boxes. Between the two is the leftover material that the sculptures were cut from. The open box at right contains another sculpture. This installation questions the status of commercial logistical systems and how they affect the domestic space. A sculpture in a home may really be a façade for a vast logistical network that distributes many other mass-produced copies.

                                                  

Fulfilled by Amazon Detail

2016. Plywood, Ultralight MDF, Cardboard, Bubble Wrap, Rug.

At top-left sits a mass-produced sculpture. It rests on top of a table constructed from ultralight MDF. This material was chosen for its similarity to the veneered particleboard furniture increasingly common in domestic spaces. At right is a stack of identical boxes on the right of the installation.

      

Fulfilled by Amazon Detail of Mass-Produced Sculpture

2016. Plywood.

The sculpture and joints were designed in a CAD program and then each face was cut out with a laser cutter. The laser cutter makes reproducible cuts relatively quickly and with little user intervention.

      

Fulfilled by Amazon Detail of Mass-Produced Sculpture

2016. Plywood.

The sculpture and joints were designed in a CAD program and then each face was cut out with a laser cutter. The laser cutter makes reproducible cuts relatively quickly and with little user intervention.

Fulfilled by Amazon Detail of Mass-Produced Sculpture

2016. Plywood.

The sculpture and joints were designed in a CAD program and then each face was cut out with a laser cutter. The laser cutter makes reproducible cuts relatively quickly and with little user intervention.

Fulfilled by Amazon Detail

2016. Plywood, Cardboard, Bubble Wrap.

At center is the open box on the right of the installation, which contains a mass-produced sculpture. It is stacked among many other identical boxes in a simulation warehouse space. The panel at left is the material from which mass-produced sculpture parts were cut.

Fulfilled by Amazon Box

2016. Plywood, Cardboard, Bubble Wrap, 12” x 18” x 12”.

This is the open box on the right of the installation, which contains a mass-produced sculpture.