Digital Monuments
       
     
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Audience across the ages
       
     
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Digital Monuments
       
     
Digital Monuments

Archeologists date some of the oldest pre human sites and structures by the tool marks of the artefacts left behind; flint, worked wood, carved bone, grinding stones, etc. Samples from the past 70,000 years made of wood, charcoal, peat, bone, antler or one of many other carbonates may be dated using Radiocarbon dating methods.

In our disposable age, what artefacts are we truly leaving behind? Where will our instagram posts be in 5,000 years? or even 10? Or if no one is looking at your post, does it even really exist? Producing a series of digitally fabricated artefacts using natural materials including stone, steel, concrete and bone, these objects are returned to the land. 

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Audience across the ages
       
     
Audience across the ages

No Audience:

Site specific installations occur or are placed in remote locations with no immediate audience. These will either be discovered in time, never be found or have never been witnessed due to their ephemeral nature.

Immediate Audience

Gallery Goer’s and Online Spectators. Those who will witness the representation of the collected ideas and artefacts. Aware of the ensuing manipulation - these viewers question the focus on the human form as the core element of communication reflecting on their own existence within a timeline they have been unable to fathum.

Future Audience

Multiple alternate reality future manifests. Descendants uncover or find placed artefacts, unaware of the authenticity > goes to museum to get paid. After lengthy investigation it is deemed not a legitimate historical artefact in the originally perceived sense.

 

stoneZac.gif
       
     
rocksexhibition2.jpg
       
     
rockcloseup.jpg
       
     
rockcloseup1.jpg
       
     
rockglyph.jpg
       
     
SelectionRocks.jpg
       
     
SelectionRocks5.jpg
       
     
LineGlyph.jpg
       
     
TabletChunk.jpg
       
     
SelectionRocks3.jpg
       
     
QuarterStone.jpg
       
     
glyphsmetal2web.jpg
       
     
glyphsmetalWeb.jpg
       
     
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zaccollopyglyph.gif
       
     
glyphsubway.gif
       
     
glyphsrock.jpg
       
     
StoneThrow1.gif
       
     
wf.gif
       
     
nimiwaterfall.gif
       
     
ZacCollopyGlyphRust.gif
       
     
figurine.gif
       
     
zaccollopyspin.gif