Zalucky Contemporary


Laura Moore, “Blackberry 8700 [front],” 2023


Laura Moore’s practice engages with defining issues of our time: technological obsolescence, the consume/waste economy and climate change. Over the last 15 years she has garnered attention in Canada and across Europe for her hand-carved stone sculptures of obsolete technology. Recently, her work took a new direction; she gutted these same electronic devices for their printed circuit boards and turned to quilt-making to render them as textile assemblages. The material is itself scavenged from a variety of sources, underscoring the politics of sustainability that is the core of her practice.

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