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 Register Star  2013 - ongoing  Register Star is an ongoing series of works stemming from a link I both discovered and formed between a manufacturing city in Illinois and Mars. Once known as the “Nuts and Bolts Capital of the United States” the city produced hardware and machine tooling for industry. Unemployment rates have risen to amongst the highest in the country in the last half century, yet the city continues to slowly spread geographically outward. Its former ideological and productive centerpoint, the production of physical objects, diffusing similarly outward and upward into a global and post global haze of production, both material and ideological.  Register Star hinged on a machine shop called Forest City Gear which, amongst other military and private defense contracts, produced gear mechanisms for the NASA rover Curiosity. Mythology, spectacle, and the physical reality of human work entwine themselves with a human condition constructed largely by the advent of photography in which vision and acquisition became tightly linked. At the core of my interest is the human relationship to physical space and how photographic and material representation have expanded and irrevocably shifted our visual capacity within that relationship, producing a condition of abstracted and infinite views.

Register Star

2013 - ongoing

Register Star is an ongoing series of works stemming from a link I both discovered and formed between a manufacturing city in Illinois and Mars. Once known as the “Nuts and Bolts Capital of the United States” the city produced hardware and machine tooling for industry. Unemployment rates have risen to amongst the highest in the country in the last half century, yet the city continues to slowly spread geographically outward. Its former ideological and productive centerpoint, the production of physical objects, diffusing similarly outward and upward into a global and post global haze of production, both material and ideological.

Register Star hinged on a machine shop called Forest City Gear which, amongst other military and private defense contracts, produced gear mechanisms for the NASA rover Curiosity. Mythology, spectacle, and the physical reality of human work entwine themselves with a human condition constructed largely by the advent of photography in which vision and acquisition became tightly linked. At the core of my interest is the human relationship to physical space and how photographic and material representation have expanded and irrevocably shifted our visual capacity within that relationship, producing a condition of abstracted and infinite views.

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Register Star

2013 - ongoing

Register Star is an ongoing series of works stemming from a link I both discovered and formed between a manufacturing city in Illinois and Mars. Once known as the “Nuts and Bolts Capital of the United States” the city produced hardware and machine tooling for industry. Unemployment rates have risen to amongst the highest in the country in the last half century, yet the city continues to slowly spread geographically outward. Its former ideological and productive centerpoint, the production of physical objects, diffusing similarly outward and upward into a global and post global haze of production, both material and ideological.

Register Star hinged on a machine shop called Forest City Gear which, amongst other military and private defense contracts, produced gear mechanisms for the NASA rover Curiosity. Mythology, spectacle, and the physical reality of human work entwine themselves with a human condition constructed largely by the advent of photography in which vision and acquisition became tightly linked. At the core of my interest is the human relationship to physical space and how photographic and material representation have expanded and irrevocably shifted our visual capacity within that relationship, producing a condition of abstracted and infinite views.

 Register Star  2013 - ongoing  Register Star is an ongoing series of works stemming from a link I both discovered and formed between a manufacturing city in Illinois and Mars. Once known as the “Nuts and Bolts Capital of the United States” the city produced hardware and machine tooling for industry. Unemployment rates have risen to amongst the highest in the country in the last half century, yet the city continues to slowly spread geographically outward. Its former ideological and productive centerpoint, the production of physical objects, diffusing similarly outward and upward into a global and post global haze of production, both material and ideological.  Register Star hinged on a machine shop called Forest City Gear which, amongst other military and private defense contracts, produced gear mechanisms for the NASA rover Curiosity. Mythology, spectacle, and the physical reality of human work entwine themselves with a human condition constructed largely by the advent of photography in which vision and acquisition became tightly linked. At the core of my interest is the human relationship to physical space and how photographic and material representation have expanded and irrevocably shifted our visual capacity within that relationship, producing a condition of abstracted and infinite views.
eudey_kala-2.jpg
eudey_kala-3.jpg
eudey_kala-4.jpg
eudey_kala-5.jpg
kevin.jpg
brick-1.jpg
brick-1.jpg
pro+arts_eudey-1.jpg
eudey_mfa-4.jpg
eudey_mfa-1.jpg
eudey_mfa-2.jpg
Eudey_Kristine-1.jpg
eudey_mfa-3.jpg
eudey_mfa-8.jpg
eudey_mfa-7.jpg
rockfordregister-1.jpg
eudey_mfa5-6.jpg