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PUBLICPublished on: 2022/06/29
In the VR experience (De)Composition Lauren Moffatt presents a series of digital collages from the Compost series, as part of the larger Flowers for Suzanne Clair body of work. The visitor enters a dark moonlit landscape at the scale of a tiny insect, surrounded by hybrid plants that seem to breathe and reach for us. In relation to Suzanne Clair, a secondary character in the apocalyptic fiction novel The Crystal World, written by J.G. Ballard in 1966, the artist deals with an unseen or unnoticed perspective, presenting it as a different approach of reflection.