The LCD Remains project collects and rehouses e-waste, carefully processing screens that are no longer usable and distilling their remains into tiny gems and other geological formations. The work probes the depths of our complex relationship with personal technology and foregrounds the ephemeral value, fleeting lifespan, and lasting impact of our devices.
Cast anew in crystalline form and suspended in time, the devices ascend into a post-user state. Their newfound materiality is brilliant: fragments flicker in the sunlight, shimmering. RGB stretches out over cracks, diffusers soften and glow, the many faces of the form refract and reflect. Surely, the aura is intact.
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