Artists

Kyle Ford

Artwork:
My lint is a token of my slow unravelling
shares the same aspect as the original structure, looking out to Cherry Tree Hill with Mount Rocky behind. Installation: application of pistachio shells inkjet matches oil socks authority badges acrylic rust puppets fur Tangier and more

I have shipped blankets of yellow plush to be hung from clothespins. Bear with me: cliché of neighbours connected by clothes lines, ascribed to antipodes. Bear with me: the industry to get these blankets shipped from New York to New South Wales. Bear with me: the industry to refill toner to print these yellows. Bear with me: this may be the most overwrung laundry day the world has ever seen. With care and laundry as a postcard, I am sending you my dirties.

This work is part of the Cementa Initiative, ‘Correspondence of Imaginary Places’

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1. Kyle Ford, My lint is a token of my slow unravelling, 2017. photo Alex Wisser
1. Kyle Ford, My lint is a token of my slow unravelling, 2017. photo Alex Wisser