At What Cost: Extraction
At What Cost: Extraction

At What Cost : Extraction reflects the monster that we as human beings in contemporary times have created. Continued participation in feeding this monster through our unbalanced consumption will in turn result in this monster consuming us. Clay as material and the Buffalo skull as imagery each represent the land and our relationship to it for our true survival. The black-on-black glazing methods are a subversive choice, representing our invented dependency, or our unnecessary bond, to oil and other extractive industries. 

ceramic, steel, rubber, fiber 2016

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