Unsustainable Creatures, solo installation at PØST, Los Angeles. August 2009.  Unsustainable Creatures is an ongoing project begun in 2009 in response to an invitation to make work for a night club in Padova, Italy. The location was flanked by a recycling facility, and it was a logical starting point for sourced materials that could be illuminated by optical fibers and LEDS. The first piece was this pig, and the single works have developed into multiple groupings and re-configurations of life-size domesticated animals.
       
     
  Unsustainable Creatures: Pig.  2009.   Post consumer plastics. 17 x 28 x 12 inches. Photo credit: Martin Cox   
       
     
 Unsustainable Creatures II, solo installation at The Wedge, Woodbury University, April 2010
       
     
  Unsustainable Creatures: Emu.  2009. Post-consumer plastic, LEDs. 24 x 16 x 18 inches. Photo credit: Martin Cox
       
     
  Unsustainable Creature: Bull (Ferdinand) . 2009. Post-consumer plastic, LEDs, optical fiber. 22 x 43 x 26 inches. Photo credit: Martin Cox
       
     
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 Unsustainable Creatures, solo installation at PØST, Los Angeles. August 2009.  Unsustainable Creatures is an ongoing project begun in 2009 in response to an invitation to make work for a night club in Padova, Italy. The location was flanked by a recycling facility, and it was a logical starting point for sourced materials that could be illuminated by optical fibers and LEDS. The first piece was this pig, and the single works have developed into multiple groupings and re-configurations of life-size domesticated animals.
       
     

Unsustainable Creatures, solo installation at PØST, Los Angeles. August 2009.

Unsustainable Creatures is an ongoing project begun in 2009 in response to an invitation to make work for a night club in Padova, Italy. The location was flanked by a recycling facility, and it was a logical starting point for sourced materials that could be illuminated by optical fibers and LEDS. The first piece was this pig, and the single works have developed into multiple groupings and re-configurations of life-size domesticated animals.

  Unsustainable Creatures: Pig.  2009.   Post consumer plastics. 17 x 28 x 12 inches. Photo credit: Martin Cox   
       
     

Unsustainable Creatures: Pig. 2009. Post consumer plastics. 17 x 28 x 12 inches. Photo credit: Martin Cox

 

 Unsustainable Creatures II, solo installation at The Wedge, Woodbury University, April 2010
       
     

Unsustainable Creatures II, solo installation at The Wedge, Woodbury University, April 2010

  Unsustainable Creatures: Emu.  2009. Post-consumer plastic, LEDs. 24 x 16 x 18 inches. Photo credit: Martin Cox
       
     

Unsustainable Creatures: Emu. 2009. Post-consumer plastic, LEDs. 24 x 16 x 18 inches. Photo credit: Martin Cox

  Unsustainable Creature: Bull (Ferdinand) . 2009. Post-consumer plastic, LEDs, optical fiber. 22 x 43 x 26 inches. Photo credit: Martin Cox
       
     

Unsustainable Creature: Bull (Ferdinand). 2009. Post-consumer plastic, LEDs, optical fiber. 22 x 43 x 26 inches. Photo credit: Martin Cox

bull1-wedge copy @ 1500.jpg