Camilla Graff Junior
Terrence J Bunce
The Big Fuss
I am primarily concerned with people and communication, I assume the role of amateur anthropologist to investigate the everyday functionality of relationships and society.
Recently I have become interested in language as a communication tool and how seemingly random decisions in wording can have huge unforseen consequences, much in the same way that Arthur Dent inadvertently started an intergallactic war with careless talk, or in reality, how a carelessly chosen phrase can ratte, irk, or enrage.
In 'alphabetti random' I have been investigating random pattern making of alphabetti spaghetti (inspired by the infinate monkey theorum) to see if I can find anything meaningful in multiple pours. This investigation has yet to take a finalised form, the photographs documenting the process are available to view online.
In contrast (to language - being as it is, as old as the hills) I have also recently become interested in how new technologies affect communication especially the increasing ease at which art can be consumed. Social networking sites and instant viral news/ memes provide candid snapshots of pockets of society in various states of undress (both metaphorically and literally) .
My works are the results of investigations, playful explorations, trying to detangle social interations and to ultimately make sense of people.