25th October – 9th November, 2018
Burn Out (2018) examines digital (and in turn mental) clutter, hoarding and consumption, and its relationship to memory. Chapter one begins as an intention to document every flower in her grandmother’s garden, before morphing into a barrage of pixels. In chapter two, a personal inventory of everyday objects spills out from the belly of a fish, before being buried beneath what appears to be a tropical paradise (really it’s an island built on mundane personal trash). Chapter three articulates the violent frustration of digital hoarding. The work speaks to the emotional toll of digital overconsumption, creating a feedback loop between online space and everyday life.