study, inkjet print on acid-free paper, autographed, 24″ × 36″, 2019
ABOUT THE ARTWORK
This detailed, analytical pencil drawing of a Scrubber – a synthetic landmass discovered in the Gulf Coast of Mexico – forms part of a project exploring the architectural zeitgeist of “data space” in the 21st century. “The Scrubber is our counterpart,” Vahhab Aboonour explains. “A digital reef where people revisit to recover and mine data. An eternal repository. In the same way, the Anthropocene is starting to build plastic in sedimentary layers like stone, this project argues that data is a new layer in our geological record.” Reproduction print.
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