Punch Me Panda was designed to “relieve anger and stress.” But when I started looking at his random YouTube videos, I noticed a change in the panda from November to the present. Let’s start with Video 1 and chart the changes.
New York City journalist Christopher Moloney is an ongoing project in which he finds the particular location that popular movie scenes were filmed at and then holds a printed still from the movie scene in front of its corresponding real world location.
Remnants is a series about recollection and remembrance. Each ‘remnant’ in the series is composed of three found photos—each from a different point in the subject’s life—that have been cut into strips and woven together to form a portrait of a person who has passed away. Remnants uses cloth as a metaphor for memory.
This space has been transformed into a series of domestic—style rooms, reminiscent of the average Australian home, filled with furniture and objects painted entirely white. This functions as a blank canvas that becomes ‘obliterated’ over the course of the exhibition through the application of brightly coloured dot stickers.