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Quasi-digital Objects


Concrete is the second most consumed substance in the world after water. 


How many photos are actually inside my phone? 


Concrete gets stronger over time. Most New York City sidewalks are made of concrete.


Even sidewalks made of granite or another stone have a layer of concrete beneath them.


A series of images changes as they repeat themselves. 


Concrete is a permanent, grey material — grey matter. 


In the last week, I spent 24 hours and 32 minutes on my phone, an average of 3 hours and 25 minutes per day. 


Grey matter makes up our central nervous system. It contains most of the brain’s neuronal cells which are responsible for muscle control and sensory perception. Seeing, hearing, memory, emotions, speech, decision making, and self-control. 


There is grey matter inside my head and outside my body. I live in it. The grey matter of my brain processes my experience of all aspects of virtual existence in my computers and my experience of physical existence. Physical existence that inevitably takes place on some foundation of concrete.


Sometimes I just scroll and scroll and scroll. 


I am obsessed with screenshots, with the idea of screen as camera. 


Space contains everything. Memory space is limited. 


The digital object relies entirely on the use and storage of digital signals, binary values of voltage. A computer could not be made of concrete. 


These 3,871 pictures and 440 videos were not an art project.


This is my camera roll. 


Camera Roll, digital inkjet print on silk


My Concrete Computers, cast concrete


iPhone Stacks, cast concrete

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