I Can’t Even Hunt

We are domesticated. The washing machine is an example of the comfortable excision of labour; "I can't even hunt" is a bizarre continuation of the processes of our convenience culture.

This work envisages a future where products not only contribute to our ease, but where the essential functionality has been abstracted away completely; satisfying us only with carefully crafted psychological triggers.

Shown as part of Water – Ma te wai, ka ora tonu ngā mea katoa! Geoff Wilson Gallery, Whangarei.