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Obsolescence features a series of stretched quilted works made by dismantling inoperable tools and tech and quilting them between prismatic textiles. Their encapsulated and homogenized presentation conjure similarities to fossils. The objects are both preserved and buried.

When they were produced, these advancements were created on a mass scale, and like all material culture, reflect our desires from their time of use. These objects designed and built by so many hands, are held by hands once more to be dissected and shrouded, contrasting processes of labor, mass production and slow stitch.

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