Segment of my Installation "Beyond Surface".
The hundreds of tech-chips I extracted are from broken non functional electronic devices, they had to be non functional because I wanted to question if garbage is a subjective thing? At what point does an object become garbage and who has the authoritative decision to label something as "garbage" ? I don't know. We hide garbage beyond visual cloaks "surfaces" that's maybe why I placed the "garbage" behind the canvas, since canvas is an object that's purpose is to absorb pigments, in order for it to serve its beautifying objective. In conclusion, this artwork made me reach the conclusion that all biodegradable objects can not be labelled as "garbage". One answer obtained but a new question is given way, how solid is the human linguistic ability when definitions like "garbage" are flaws and abstract?
During the Iraq/Kuwait Gulf War, Photographer Sebastiao Salgado in 1991 chased and photographed American oil field fire-specialists sent to extinguish oil-pipes war fires. In this photograph the specialist is being sprayed with carbon foam to keep away combustion as he enters the fire. Maybe a Kodak moment capturing extinguish of human hate.