Stainless Steel Electric Shock Flytraps, Shredded Bank Statements, Corn Syrup, Earplugs, Borrowed Monitors, Broken Monitor, HD Digital Video, Candle Wax, Extension Cords, Netting, Chains, Paint, Plaster, Plastic, Steel Shelving, Aluminum Poles, Collagen, Expired Silicone, Beads, Crumpled Party Favors
4 FT wide x 5 FT tall x 15 FT deep
A sculpture built in response to the regulation of pest control in a recycling facility. Using electric shock fly traps and grid-like sculptures coated with syrup and collagen (animal fat), the work serves as a "last meal" for the flies. Metaphorically, the work references civilization’s complex relationship with waste & pest control, as well as, more broadly, the relationship between human beings and the systems we fabricate for our survival.
Made during a residency at Recology.