RAIR (Recycling Artist in Residence)
RAIR (Recycling Artist in Residence)

During August and September '17, I attended the RAIR Residency in the Tacony neighborhood of Philadelphia, housed at Revolution Recovery, a construction materials recycling company. The foundation of my proposal was to use the large shredding machine to magnify the Pre-Modern Pulverizing project by increasing its scale and scope. The limitations of this equipment and my access to it opened up countless other thought and material experiments. 

 

Photos Courtesy of Haigen Pearson

Videos Courtesy of the Artist

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Playing with Electricity
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Shredding
Collecting RAIR Water
RAIR (Recycling Artist in Residence)
NevilleTaylorK-6338.jpg
Playing with Electricity
looping gif.gif
NevilleTaylorK-6245.jpg
NevilleTaylorK-6356.jpg
NevilleTaylorK-6281.jpg
NevilleTaylorK-6320.jpg
NevilleTaylorK-6385.jpg
NevilleTaylorK-6274.jpg
Shredding
Collecting RAIR Water
RAIR (Recycling Artist in Residence)

During August and September '17, I attended the RAIR Residency in the Tacony neighborhood of Philadelphia, housed at Revolution Recovery, a construction materials recycling company. The foundation of my proposal was to use the large shredding machine to magnify the Pre-Modern Pulverizing project by increasing its scale and scope. The limitations of this equipment and my access to it opened up countless other thought and material experiments. 

 

Photos Courtesy of Haigen Pearson

Videos Courtesy of the Artist

Playing with Electricity
Shredding
Collecting RAIR Water
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